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Capitol Hill rioters claimed on the dating app that Bumblebee ‘is making all the way to the Statue Hall’

A Trump supporter was arrested for storming the Capitol, as he claimed on a dating app about ‘making all the way to the Statue Hall’.

Robert Chapman boasted that he gave a woman a ‘capital storm’ on the bumble before replying to ‘We are not a match’.

Carmel’s chapman in Putnam County, New York, was arrested on Thursday January 6 for his alleged involvement in the capital riots in which hundreds of Trump’s mob ransacked the seat of American democracy.

He was charged with trespass on banned government property and disorderly conduct.

Trump supporter Robert Chapman was arrested for storming the Capitol after he claimed to have ‘made all the way to the Statue Hall’ on the dating app. Picture: Police video footage shows a man the FBI believes is Robert Chapman

Robert Chapman boasted that he gave a woman a 'capital storm' on the bumble before replying to 'We are not a match'.

Robert Chapman boasted that he gave a woman a ‘capital storm’ on the bumble before replying to ‘We are not a match’.

In a conversation on Bumble, Chapman boasted: ‘I stormed the Capitol. I made it all the way to the Statue Hall. ‘

But the woman he had a match with said before taking screenshots and sending them to the police, ‘we are not the match’.

The woman also told the FBI that she had seen a Facebook post in which another man allegedly shared a photo of Chapman inside the capital.

The photo was captioned: ‘My dear friend and broaster Robert made it to the Capitol building in protest yesterday … Woo hoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooohoo !!!!’

In the comments, a person with the username ‘Robert Eric’ – who the FBI believes is Chapman ‘writes:’ These are your partners? fellow employee? They are a bunch of small B — H trolls. Keyboard warriors who do not work ***. ‘

In other posts by the ‘Robert Eric’ account from the day of the capital riots, the user said: ‘I AM IN CRAPITOL *** ***! With photographs appearing to depict Chapman inside the Capitol Building.

The woman also told the FBI that she had seen a Facebook post in which another man allegedly shared a photo of Chapman inside the capital. The photo was captioned: 'My dear friend and broaster Robert made it to the Capitol building in protest yesterday ... Woo hoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooohoo !!!!'

The woman also told the FBI that she had seen a Facebook post in which another man allegedly shared a photo of Chapman inside the capital. The photo was captioned: ‘My dear friend and broaster Robert made it to the Capitol building in protest yesterday … Woo hoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooohoo !!!!’

In other posts on the 'Robert Eric' account - considered by the FBI as Robert Chapman - since the day of the capital riots, the user said: 'I AM IN CRAPITOL *** !!! With photographs appearing to depict Chapman inside the Capitol Building

In other posts on the ‘Robert Eric’ account – considered by the FBI as Robert Chapman – since the day of the capital riots, the user said: ‘I AM IN CRAPITOL *** !!! With photographs appearing to depict Chapman inside the Capitol Building

The day before the riots, the user said: ‘Rotten apples, moving out of New York City. Some go to the crime district to enjoy too much entertainment. ‘

According to prosecutors, the FBI reviewed body-camera footage from inside the Capitol on January 6 from the Metropolitan Police Department and observed a man who appears to be a chapman in the state hall.

During a video, Chapman is seen filming activity inside the Capitol Building using his phone and his face is clearly visible in a screen capture, prosecutors allege.

The FBI claimed that they determined that Chapman had a mugshot from his arrest in 2018 by comparing the previous social media pictures in the Capitol in the video as well as by the New York Police Department in 2018.

Video footage appearing inside Chapman Capital

Chapman appears in social media pictures at the Capitol Building

The FBI claimed that they determined Chapman was in the video (left) at the Capitol, which was compared to a screen capture of previous social media pictures (right) and a mugshot of his arrest by the New York Police Department.

A 2018 mugshot of the New York Police Department's Chapman states that the FBI alleged that Chapman was inside the Capitol Building during the riots

A 2018 mugshot of the New York Police Department’s Chapman states that the FBI alleged that Chapman was inside the Capitol Building during the riots

Chapman appeared in a federal courtroom in White Plains in New York State on Thursday via teleconference. He was released on his own identity card, a spokesman for the US Attorney in the Southern District of New York reported NBC New York.

Chapman’s arrest came after a suspected US Capitol riot in which three police accused of assaulting the FBI were arrested using facial recognition software to search his girlfriend’s Instagram.

According to an FBI statement, Stephen Chase Randolph of Harrodsburg, Kentucky, was arrested Tuesday and charged with assaulting a federal officer, obstructing law enforcement during civil dislocation and obstructing justice and Congress.

Randolph was identified as an alleged rioter thanks to sophisticated facial software that was uploaded by his partner’s social media in December 2020 in photos matching the photos of the riots, from December 2020 Revealed

Federal officials allege that Stephen Chase Randolph of Harrodsburg, Kentucky (above) participated in the January 6 MAGA riot at the United States Capitol

Federal officials allege that Stephen Chase Randolph of Harrodsburg, Kentucky (above) participated in the January 6 MAGA riot at the United States Capitol

Federal officials managed to track down Randolph via Jenny Hood (right )'s social media account

Federal officials managed to track down Randolph via Jenny Hood (right )’s social media account

Some Instagram snaps are said to have shown him wearing the same clothes as the man portrayed the riots.

Using open-source software to search for Randolph’s photos on his girlfriend’s social media, agents were then able to find Randolph’s own Facebook page and mount an undercover sting. The girlfriend has been identified as Jinnie Hood.

The photo used by the FBI on Instagram of Randolph’s girlfriend is private. It is unclear if the profile was open when scanned with the software.

The FBI says facial recognition technology is used to identify Randolph from his girlfriend's Instagram account. The image above was posted on Instagram in December 2020 by Randolph's girlfriend. Randolph is seen wearing the same gray Carhart Not Cap. The photo used by the FBI on Instagram of Randolph's girlfriend is private. It is unclear if the profile was open when scanned with the software.

The FBI says facial recognition technology is used to identify Randolph from his girlfriend’s Instagram account. The image above was posted on Instagram in December 2020 by Randolph’s girlfriend. Randolph is seen wearing the same gray Carhart Not Cap. The photo used by the FBI on Instagram of Randolph’s girlfriend is private. It is unclear if the profile was open when scanned with the software.

Agents have not yet revealed much information about the software. But it used an algorithm to study suspicious facial features before turning them into mathematical code. That code is then compared to millions of photos on the database – or on social media – trying to find and find a face whose features match.

Category open source ‘is a category of software that is accessible to the public for use and can be shared, modified or extended for its available source code which can be changed by the programmer.

More than 370 people are facing federal charges in the fatal insuring of the Rajdhani building, which also sent lawmakers to hide and delayed the certification of President Joe Biden’s electoral victory.

Many of those who have been arrested and charged were tracked down via viral video, prompting investigators to identify them on their social media accounts.

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