Iowa conspiracy theorist stays in custody, ordered to DC

Assistant U.S. Attorney James B. Nelson said in court documents that Jensen carried a knife in his pocket during the attack, and video showed him reaching into that pocket. Photos show a silver knife with a thick 3-inch blade.

A grand jury indicted him on six counts, including obstructing law enforcement during a civil disorder, resisting Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman, violently entering and remaining in a restricted building, and disorderly conduct.

Leo Kelly, 35, of Cedar Rapids, is charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building and violent entry with intent to disrupt business at the Capitol. Earlier this week, a federal magistrate ordered him to travel to Washington only for official court business with permission from the U.S. Probation Office. He has a court hearing in Washington on Feb. 9.

APnews Iowa conspiracy theorist stays in custody, ordered to DC