New Footage: Jamaal Brown Removed the Warning Signs and Pulled the Alarm

Jamaal Bowman to plead guilty

Rep. Jamaal Bowman to Plead Guilty and Apologize for Fire Alarm Stunt on Capitol Hill

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representative Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) announced his intention to plead guilty on Wednesday, following an incident last month where he falsely pulled a fire alarm in the Cannon House Office Building on Capitol Hill. The incident had led to a temporary evacuation and caused disruption as Republican lawmakers were initiating a vote on a crucial spending measure.

Bowman, facing a charge of falsely pulling a fire alarm, has agreed to bear the maximum penalty of a $1,000 fine. The charge could have resulted in up to six months in jail. In addition to the financial penalty, the representative has committed to issuing a formal apology to the Capitol Police for his actions.

In a statement released on Wednesday, Bowman expressed his responsibility for the incident, stating, “I am responsible for activating a fire alarm, I will be paying the fine issued, and look forward to these charges being ultimately dropped.”

The Washington, D.C., attorney general’s office confirmed Bowman’s intention to plead guilty and comply with the penalty. A spokesperson from the office shared, “Bowman is pleading guilty and has agreed to pay the maximum fine.”

The representative’s office disclosed that an agreement had been reached with the attorney general’s office, which would lead to the withdrawal of the charge in three months, contingent on Bowman fulfilling the conditions of paying the fine and submitting the apology letter.

On September 30, the day of the incident, Bowman initially explained that he had mistakenly pulled the alarm, thinking it would open a door that was typically accessible for votes. He expressed his embarrassment and regret for the confusion caused by his actions.

However, House Administration Committee Chairman Bryan Steil (R-Wis.) challenged Bowman’s explanation, stating that the representative’s actions did not align with his account of the incident. A charging affidavit released on Wednesday provided additional details, describing how Bowman was seen on security camera footage attempting to open multiple doors before pulling the fire alarm and then leaving the building without stopping to speak to uniformed officers.

Capitol Police completed their investigation into the incident, submitting a probable cause arrest warrant to the Washington attorney general’s office. In a statement, the Capitol Police confirmed the completion of the investigation and emphasized their thorough gathering and submission of evidence for prosecutorial review.

In the wake of the incident, Rep. Lisa McClain (R-Mich.), secretary for the House Republican Conference, announced her intention to introduce a resolution to censure Bowman and remove him from all committee assignments for the remainder of the 118th Congress.

Bowman’s plea and subsequent penalty mark the culmination of an unusual episode on Capitol Hill, raising questions about security procedures and the responsibilities of elected officials within the halls of Congress.

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3 Replies to “New Footage: Jamaal Brown Removed the Warning Signs and Pulled the Alarm

  1. What does one expect from an islamic sympathizer: Remember they are TOLD to lie to get the advantage. TheSquad should be set before a squad and removed from Congress. How do terrorist sympathizers belong in an AMERICAN Congress representing anyone?
    America used to be free but now its a free for all and terrorists are going the upper hand

    1. Why isn’t this bag of slime being arrested, jailed in the DC “insurrectionist” tank, prosecuted, and sent to prison for actually being a terrorist? Oh, how the Lefties abuse the system!

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