WASHINGTON, D.C. (KTNV) — New videos are showing what some members of the Proud Boys were doing during the Capitol Riot.
That's according to the Justice Department.
The footage is part of a federal case against Charles Donohoe who is accused of leading the group on Jan. 6.
One of the videos shows what prosecutors say is the moment when the group broke a police line and stormed the building.
The department says Donohoe is seen wearing a red-and-white bandanna and can be seen looking on as rioters took down four police officers on the steps of the Capitol.
The North Carolina man is facing charges in a case accusing Proud Boys leaders of orchestrating the attack.
Donohoe has pleaded not guilty.