Man Charged In Capitol Police Assault Has A Controversial Sandwich Business Back Home - 2021-03-15

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F0.png Man Charged In Capitol Police Assault Has A Controversial Sandwich Business Back Home March 15, 2021, Matt Shuham, Talking Points Memo

When news broke Monday that two men had been charged federally with assaulting Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who later died after defending the Capitol during the Jan. 6 attack, one of the names carried a long history in Morgantown, West Virginia.

"This guy has had so much bad karma coming his way that I hope he goes to jail for a long time," one commenter on a Morgantown Facebook group wrote of one of the defendants, George Tanios. "He's such a horrible person."

"I wish I could say that I was surprised," wrote another.

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