Internet fraudster Baked Alaska arrested for his role in the Capitol riots

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Sometimes it is fairly easy for the authorities to find their culprits — in the case of Baked Alaska it was so easy they didn’t have to look any further than his social media profiles. According to Daily News America, Tim Gionet aka Baked Alaska was arrested Saturday on federal charges over his role in the Capitol riots.

A role that he quite literally live-streamed for the world to watch and was egged on by fellow right-wing extremists online. The video shown below is only a small part of the reported 27 minute live-stream that Gionet apparently uploaded to his social media channels according to federal prosecutors.

Interestingly, prior to the riots Gionet was already out on bond in a case of assault;disorderly conduct, and misbehaving in his home state. Those terms noted that he was not allowed to leave the state but had knowingly broken the terms of his bond prior to arriving in the Capitol.

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