FBI criminal complaint for MAGA rioter has VERY lewd viral image photoshopped in the background where a painting of 19th century GOP leader Henry Clay should be
- Hanging on the wall behind the MAGA mob is a lewd meme known as ‘Wood Sitting on a Bed’ where a 19th century painting of Kentucky Senator should be
- The viral photo is often sent to unsuspecting recipients without context who then open a link to be greeted by the sight of a man with his penis hanging down
- It was submitted as evidence to identify Brian P. McCreary, a 33-year-old who was arrested by the FBI in Massachusetts last night for breaching the Capitol
The FBI has used a viral image of a man with a colossal penis in a doctored photo from the Capitol siege submitted as evidence in an arrest warrant.
Brian P. McCreary was detained in Massachusetts last night after the FBI filed a criminal complaint which featured a lewd meme known as ‘Wood Sitting on a Bed.’
The 33-year-old Domino’s Pizza employee is pictured inside the Capitol alongside the horn-headed QAnon Shaman on January 6.
But behind the MAGA mob, hanging on the wall where a 19th century painting of a Kentucky Senator should be, is a fully nude man well known across the internet.
The meme is often sent to unsuspecting recipients who are directed to open a link where they are greeted by the sight of the man sitting on the edge of a bed with his penis hanging down.
It’s not clear how it ended up pasted over Henry Clay’s painting inside the Capitol and even more mysterious is why it was submitted on Wednesday as part of the arrest warrant for McCreary.
Brian P. McCreary (left with an arrow over his head) was arrested in Massachusetts last night after the FBI filed a criminal complaint which featured a lewd meme known as ‘Wood Sitting on a Bed.’ The naked man is seen in the background where a 19th century painting of a Kentucky Senator should be
The original photograph shows a painting of Kentucky Senator Henry Clay which was pasted over by the viral internet meme
Wood Sitting on a Bed: The meme is often sent without context to unsuspecting recipients who then open a link to be greeted by the sight of a man sitting on the edge of a bed with his penis hanging down
The arrest warrant submitted by special agent Emily Eckert has several photos of McCreary inside the building with an arrow pointing to him.
In one of the photographs McCreary is seen filming the chaos on his phone as a band of men led by the QAnon Shaman Jake Angeli stand in the halls of the Capitol.
The original painting can be seen hanging on the wall to the left of an archway.
Further down in the arrest warrant another image is used to illustrate McCreary’s presence in the Capitol which shows the same archway but the painting to the left has been replaced by ‘Wood Sitting on a Bed.’
Eckert’s criminal complaint says the image was sent to the FBI by one of McCreary’s co-workers who reported him to law enforcement after he returned from D.C.
Seamus Hughes, deputy director of George Washington University’s Program on Extremism, tweeted: ‘I’ve studied extremism for 15 years, I’ve reviewed mostly every court record for decades. I can honestly say very little surprises me.
‘That said, I have absolutely no idea what to say about the Internet image the FBI used in a criminal complaint of the picture hanging on the wall.’
The FBI last night said McCreary, a Domino’s Pizza Delivery driver from North Adams, Massachusetts, was arrested and charged with two counts of illegal entry and three counts of violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.
In an ironic twist the 33-year-old was one of the first to contact the Bureau to provide evidence of those who breached the Capitol.
He claims he was more of an observer than a participant in the riot which left five people dead, including a police officer.
But many of his Domino’s co-workers reached out to the FBI later when they saw photos of McCreary in the Capitol, telling the agency he was a Trump supporter.
He expressed political views, including that the presidential election was fraudulent and told a co-worker that he ‘raided’ the Capitol, the complaint says.
McCreary told the FBI he travelled to D.C. to attend Donald Trump’s rally on the National Mall because he was upset that an audit had not been carried out into voter fraud.
He said that as the mob descended on the Capitol he was observing and recording them on his phone because it ‘felt like Antifa.’
Another image from the FBI’s criminal complaint against McCreary shows him standing at the side of the hallway wearing a blue surgical mask and filming on his phone. The painting to the rear has not been doctored in this image
He joined them in breaching the building and was seen standing alongside the QAnon Shaman with his phone out and wearing a blue surgical mask.
McCreary said he was present when a woman was shot trying to breach a door in the building and that he left shortly after.
He is the fourth Massachusetts resident arrested since the riot.
The FBI has identified 400 suspects since the building was stormed by hundreds of Trump supporters and has arrested more than 130 people.