Capitol attacker fought 'entire room full of police' and 'still wasn't arrested that day': report
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An affidavit filed this week revealed that one man who allegedly participated in the attack on the U.S. Capitol last month was seen fighting and injuring police multiple times before being allowed to leave the building.

Politico's Kyle Cheney shared details of the affidavit on Wednesday.

"A newly filed affidavit against a Capitol rioter shows that this man, Daniel Egtvedt, fought with an entire room full of police, was kicked out, returned, fought/injured police again, left, returned, fought with police again and still wasn't arrested that day," Cheney explained.

Images taken from video surveillance show a man identified as Daniel Egtvedt confronting police near the Capitol rotunda.

During the first scuffle, the affidavit claims, it took five officers to stop Egtvedt.

As the man was being removed from the building, he once again fought with law enforcement.

The affidavit goes on to say that Egtvedt confronted officers a third time after he was removed from the building.

Read portions of the affidavit below.