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Ex-Army soldier charged in Capitol riot was convicted of manslaughter for killing Iraqi man in 2004

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Former U.S. Army soldier Edward Richmond Jr., convicted of manslaughter for a shooting in Iraq, has been arrested for assaulting police officers during the U.S. Capitol riot in 2021.

He was seen attacking officers with a baton outside the Capitol and is facing charges including civil disorder and assaulting police with a dangerous weapon.

Richmond’s prior conviction was for killing a handcuffed Iraqi civilian in 2004. During the riot, he was captured on body camera footage assaulting officers.

Over 1,200 people have been charged in connection with the Capitol riot, with many already convicted or sentenced.

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