USA Today interviews ICP president Pete Eliadis as US Capitol mob members could face more serious charges
CP founder and president, Pete Eliadis “They want to make a statement that this will not be tolerated, so if they can make a plausible arrest, they will,” Eliadis said. “The ones who wanted the attention, they’re going to get the attention. It’s easier to focus on them than the masses coming through.”
Pete Eliadis, the president of ICP and a man with nearly 30 years in law enforcement, is questioning the preparation and response by U.S. Capitol Police to mob attack.
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