- Majority of violent Capitol attackers have not entered the Capitol building. That refutes the official version the attackers attempted to get in and that the Capitol building had been breached from the outside. It was opened from the inside, and most real attackers did not enter.
- Majority of the “leaders” and inciters have not entered the Capitol building. This suggests that most of them were fake.
- The main criterion for prosecuting Jan 6 demonstrators was being a member of the Oath Keepers: 91% prosecution rate (29 out of 32).
- Second most prosecuted conduct was Entering the Capitol: 73%
This article is entirely based on a spreadsheet called Capitol Suspects Database by self-proclaimed Sedition Hunters, and its observations are incorporated here “as is”. Out of 2067 persons in the spreadsheet, 939 persons have been prosecuted (45% prosecution rate), and 994 persons entered the Capitol building (48% entering).
Among persons who engaged in violence, only 31% entered the Capitol. It is possible that some of them were found violent only inside the Capitol. Only 27% of inciters and earpiece wearers (different unrelated categories) entered the Capitol.
Prosecution rates for violence are much lower than for entering the Capitol and lower than average prosecution rates:
Violence – only 38% prosecution.
Spraying police officers – only 42% prosecution.
Vandalism or worse (vandalism, violence, spraying, and/or leadership) – only 39% prosecution.
Even among those who entered the Capitol, prosecution of violence is low at 53%, compared to the average of 75% (for the entry).
The low percentage of violent persons who entered the Capitol shows that:
- Violent attackers outside of the Capitol did not intend to enter the Capitol; and
- The Capitol doors were opened from the inside.
This matches the hypothesis that leftist provocateurs attacked the Capitol under a false flag to create chaos and give their collaborators inside the Capitol a pretext to open the doors and interrupt the debate on the Arizona challenge. If the Capitol doors were breached by crowds or opened from inside under the crowd’s pressure, the front-row attackers would be carried inside anyway.
|act / prosec.||Oath Keeper||Entered Capitol||Violence||Sprayer||Vandal.||Org. behav.||Leader.||Inciter||Earpiece / Radio||Helmet/ Armor||vandal.+||Total|
The source data is strongly biased in favor of the official version of the events. It is known that the Oath Keepers have been provoked to enter the Capitol and falsely accused of other misconduct by the police and Sedition Hunters. Suspect provocateurs are “undercharged” by the Sedition Hunters. For example, despite videos showing him removing fences, #NWScaffoldCommander is not recorded for vandalism.
See also 500 Suspicious Attackers on Jan6.
The source spreadsheet is from https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18NzncPJ-5oaYrDfq_VnjaSTLyY_vKaoSTgc6lznl9GU/edit#gid=0, downloaded between March 26 and April 1, 2023, without selection. It is apparently owned by @SeditionData, affiliated with the Sedition Hunters (@SeditionHunters). The link is referenced from https://seditionhunters.org/resources/researcher-tools/, as Capitol Suspects Database. The Google spreadsheet version also contains photos.