Scott Fairlamb, a former combined martial arts fighter who owns a gymnasium in Pompton Lakes, faces 12 expenses, together with assaulting a federal officer, getting into or remaining in any restricted constructing or grounds with a lethal weapon, and acts of bodily violence on the Capitol grounds.
“He’s anxious to imagine duty for what he’s executed and proceed ahead along with his life,” legal professional Harley Breite advised The Related Press.
The federal government is in search of a 51-month sentence for Fairlamb, Breite mentioned Wednesday. He mentioned he’ll argue for a lesser sentence.
An affidavit filed earlier this year exhibits photos of a person who authorities recognized as Fairlamb showing to shove and punch a police officer.
Fairlamb allegedly posted video to his social media which exhibits him carrying a collapsible baton exterior the Capitol and saying, “What do patriots do? We f—– disarm them after which we storm f—– Capitol.” Fairlamb had deleted different movies displaying him enter the Capitol constructing, in response to the court docket paperwork.
4 involved residents advised the FBI that Fairlamb was on the Capitol that day and posted movies of himself on Fb, the paperwork state.
Fairlamb has been in jail in New Jersey and Washington, D.C., since his arrest in January.
“Even amongst different rioters, the defendant’s aggression stood out,” U.S. District Choose Royce Lamberth wrote in an April 26 opinion denying Fairlamb’s request to be launched on bail. At a listening to a number of days earlier, Lamberth known as Fairlamb “fully uncontrolled” and “a transparent, future hazard.”
The Related Press contributed to this report.