A series of high-profile trials against ringleaders of the Capitol riot culminated last week in the sentencing of former Proud Boy leader Enrique Tarrio to 22 years in prison. More than 1,100 people have been already charged, but the investigation into the riot is far from over, writes the BBC’s Mike Wendling. On 6 January 2021, Evan Neumann was near the front of the crowd that stormed into the US Capitol. Wearing a red Maga hat and a gas mask, he assaulted at least four police officers, punching them and bashing them with parts of a metal barricade. According to a criminal complaint, he swore at officers, called them “murderers” and shouted: “I’m willing to die, are you?”Mr Neumann, 51, was eventually indicted on 14 counts related to the riot, but before he could be arrested, he had fled the US.