- A family of five from Texas was charged in connection with the January 6 riot.
- The Munn family was placed at the Capitol using CCTV footage inside the building and their social media posts and conversations, according to court documents.
- According to court documents, one of them wrote on Facebook: “Holy s— we were inside the f—ing capital!”
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A family of five from Texas was charged in connection with the January 6 riot after prosecutors used CCTV footage and found social media placing them at the Capitol, including one post that said, “Holy s— we were inside the f—ing capital [sic].”
The FBI received a tip that Kristi Munn entered the building on January 6 and reported to the FBI that Kristi and other members of her family traveled from Texas to Washington, DC, evidenced by Kristi Munn’s Facebook account and six screenshots of Kristi Munn’s Snapchat account, according to the affidavit.
In late January, David Lee Bolyard, the FBI agent who filed the affidavit, said he reached out to interview Kristi Munn, who claimed to be present in DC to exercise her First Amendment right to protest the certification of then-President-elect Joe Biden’s win in the 2020 election but claimed she did not enter the Capitol.
But security footage captured the Munn family crawling through a window and walking the halls of the building, the affidavit says.
The affidavit also included social media posts where members of the Munn family also admitted to being inside the Capitol. On January 6, Dawn Munn wrote in a Facebook conversation, “We went in and stormed capital [sic] !” and “We were in capital [sic]!! … I do mean IN the building!!” In a separate conversation the same day, Dawn Munn also indicated the family crawled through a window to enter the building.
“They barricaded the door so they took out window…climbed in!!!” she wrote.
Another family member who was charged, Josh Munn, also discussed how the family entered the building in a Facebook conversation.
“Damn how did y’all get in the capital [sic] building,” a person solely identified as Joel said to Josh Munn.
Munn replied, “The first group opened up a window sort of say [sic] and we followed it through.”
The person responded by saying, “Oh so u broke in?” to which Josh Munn said, “No we did not brake [sic] In the window was opne [sic] when i got there.”
Kayli Munn, who was also charged, wrote on Facebook: “F—ing great! Holy s— we were inside the
f—ing capital [sic]!”
Kristi Munn, Thomas “Tom” Munn, Dawn Munn, Joshua “Josh” Munn, and Kayli Munn, of Borger, Texas, were charged with illegally entering a restricted government building and disrupting a session of Congress, according to an affidavit filed Monday.
None of the family members have not yet entered pleas in the case as of Tuesday afternoon, and attorney information for the family was not immediately available.