Tuesday saw more subpoenas for the Jan. 6 congressional investigation.
Subpoenas were issued to Proud Boys International L.L.C. and Oath Keepers Henry “Enrique” Tarrio Elmer Stewart Rhodes, Robert Patrick Lewis.
“Members of Proud Boys International, L.L.C., called for violence leading up to January 6th, and at least 34 individuals affiliated with the Proud Boys have been indicted by the Department of Justice in relation to the January 6th attack on the Capitol,” the select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol said in a statement.
According to the committee, the Oath Keepers were also implicated in planning and participating the attack.
According to the committee’s records, Rhodes and Tarrio were both leaders of the Proud Boys as well as Oath Keepers.
Robert Patrick Lewis is said to be the chairman of 1st Amendment Praetorian. This committee claims provided security for rallies leading up to Jan. 6th insurrection.
“The Select Committee is seeking information from individuals and organizations reportedly involved with planning the attack, with the violent mob that stormed the Capitol on January 6th, or with efforts to overturn the results of the election,” Chairman Bennie G. Thompson. “We believe that the individuals and organizations that we subpoenaed today possess relevant information about the violence at the Capitol and the preparations leading up to it.”