FBI Questions Minden Man About His Involvement in Protest
Minden resident Cole Tucker was one of the thousands of Trump supporters in Washington D.C. protesting at the Capitol on January 6. Tucker told KEEL News he got a visit from agents with the FBI this week. They wanted to talk to him about what he saw while at the protest.
Tucker posted this message on his Facebook page: "Had a nice visit from the FBI today. Definitely different ones than interviewed General Flynn." We asked Tucker how the FBI got his name. He tells us it was most likely from our previous interview we did with him on January 7th. But he also thinks they may have gotten a tip from someone who heard that interview.
Click here to see our original interview with Cole.
Tucker says the two agents showed up at his Mother's home in Minden asking to speak to him. She called him and connected him with the agents. Tucker then met the agents at Shreveport office. He did call his attorney while on the way to speak with the agents. The lawyer told him it was ok to speak with them unless he felt like they were treating him as a suspect. Tucker tells KEEL News he never felt like he was being interrogated as a suspect.
Tucker says his message to Donald Trump is to keep fighting for all patriots. He also had some comments to pass on to Joe Biden. You can hear those suggestions in our interview with Cole.
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