Little Rock man indicted on federal charges after fire bombs thrown at state Capitol’s Confederate monument

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(Arkansas Online) A Little Rock man arrested by Capitol police earlier this month on suspicion of arson at the State Capitol Building was arraigned in federal court Thursday on a two-count indictment charging him with making an improvised incendiary device and possessing an improvised incendiary device.
According to a criminal complaint filed in federal court, on June 5, just after 1:30 a.m., Arkansas State Capitol Police saw via a roof-mounted security camera a man walk from the north side of the building near the Little Rock Nine monument to the east side of the building near the Confederate Soldiers of Arkansas monument, then light something in his hand and throw it toward the monument.
The complaint said three officers intercepted Christopher Miller-Marshall, 31, on the sidewalk …
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