Christopher Worrell Wiki – Christopher Worrell Bio
Christopher Worrell, a member of the Proud Boys organization from Naples, Florida, was reported missing before his federal sentencing on charges that he used pepper spray gel during the January 6 attack on the United States Capitol, According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
A missing person poster with the inscription “wanted by the FBI.” According to the Naples Daily News, a court allowed Worrell to remain under the supervision of his girlfriend, Trish Priller, in the city of Naples, Florida, following complaints that his disease was not adequately treated in jail.
The FBI released a statement in which it stated that Christopher John Worrell was sought for violating the terms of his parole while he was awaiting trial on federal charges associated with the riots that took place on January 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C. “On August 15, 2023, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C., issued a federal warrant for Worrell’s arrest.”
Christopher Worrell Age
He is 52 years old as per police record.
The US Department of Justice classified Worrell as a part of the Proud Boys group in a statement of facts accompanying the indictment.
According to the DOJ, images of Worrell in Washington D.C. on December 12, 2020, show him “with other individuals.” Those individuals are dressed in apparel that looks to be associated with the Proud Boys (for example, a helmet and cap with ‘PB’ inscribed on them, as well as the Fred Perry’s yellow and black laurels wreath emblem that is now often worn by Proud Boys members).
Proud Boys member, Christopher Worrell disappeared days before he was scheduled to be sentenced (today) for his role in the January 6th insurrection.
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Worrell, according to the facts, “appears to be with a Proud Boy patch in his tactical vest.” The government charged Worrell of wearing “this same or almost identical combat armor at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.”
The US government alleged Worrell of being photographed “on the Western Side of the U.S. Capitol Building” in a prohibited location. The statement of facts also includes a photo that the government claims shows Worrell “spraying a pepper spray liquid in the direction of behind the scenes near the stairs going into the U.S. Capitol Building.”
“I am unable to determine with clarity the point at which Worrell was spraying,” the statement says. Other images and videos from that time period, however, show law enforcement agents positioned where Worrell seems to be deploying pepper spray.” However, it continues after a thorough examination of additional photographs:
According to the facts, a video taken inside the Mercato Shopping Mall in Naples, Florida, shows Worrell “talking with Enrique Tarrio, the top member of the Proud Boys.”
The poster reads, “Christopher John Worrell has been wanted for violating the terms of his release while awaiting sentence on federal offences linked to the violence at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021.” On August 15, 2023, Worrell received a federal arrest warrant from the District of Columbia’s United States District Court.
Attorneys for Worrell chose not to comment.
In Florida, Christopher Worrell was placed under house arrest. His health problems while incarcerated and allegations that authorities took too long to bring him medical attention for a broken finger had made his case a hot topic in right-wing circles. Additionally, he has Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and while incarcerated, he once developed Covid-19.
According to court documents, Worrell’s sentence was postponed on Tuesday, and a search warrant was issued for Christopher Worrell arrest.
According to the government’s Sunday-filed sentencing letter, federal prosecutors wanted to sentence Worrell to 14 years in prison.
“Christopher Worrell was found guilty, after a court proceeding in which he perjured him, and of assaulting a crew of police officers with a lethal and deadly weapon with the goal to prevent the Congress’s validation of the 2020 presidential vote and an undercover change of power,” according to the prosecution’s document.
Anyone with details regarding Worrell’s location is urged to contact the FBI, their regional office, or the nearest embassy or consulate of the United States.