Bruno Joseph Cua is a resident of Milton, Fulton County, Georgia, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:
- His father Joseph Cua, the vice president of lifestyle brands, managed development for an international hotel group. His mother Alice Cua is a professional photographer. (a)(b)(c)
- He enjoys fishing and deer hunting. On January 9, 2018, he uploaded a YouTube video of himself making a hog wire railing panel in an account using his real name. He has another YouTube account called Southern Adventures but he deleted all of its videos after his arrest on February 5, 2021. (a)(d)
- On May 1, 2020, he posted an Instagram a photo of a gun, which was photographed by his mother. In the caption, he wrote, “I will die before I give up my second amendment.” (a)
- On August 11, 2020, his mother used his 1987 Ford F-150 truck for a photo shoot. On November 28, 2020, he took to Instagram to announce that the truck was for sale. (a)
- He supported Donald Trump. During a a Republican rally in the parking lot of the Georgia Republican Party headquarters in Buckhead, Atlanta, Georgia following the U.S. presidential election day on November 3, 2020, he unfurled a giant flag with the words “Trump 2020.” (b)
- On December 8, 2020, he was cited for violating Milton’s public disturbance ordinance after driving around the parking lot of Birmingham Falls Elementary in Milton while blaring an air horn with a giant Trump flag attached to his truck. He told police that the children watching him at the time were his younger brother and his friends. He often drove a large pickup truck up and down the street while blaring an air horn and waving a Trump flag, his neighbors said on February 8, 2021. (c)(e)
- On January 3, 2021, he warned his Parler followers about the possibility of firearm checkpoints in Washington, D.C., USA and encouraged them to arm themselves with pepper spray, tasers and baseball bats. On the same day, he was wearing jean jacket and grey gloves when he had an encounter with law enforcement in Milton. On January 5, 2021, he and his parents drove from Milton to Washington, D.C. (f)(g)(h)
- Wearing a red baseball hat with the number “45” on the right side of it, a dark sweatshirt and jeans while holding a jean jacket with tan lining in his left hand, he went to the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021. That day, Trump’s supporters breached the building while a joint session of Congress was certifying the vote of the Electoral College and affirming Joe Biden‘s victory in the 2020 presidential election. At around 5:13 p.m. that day, he wrote on Instagram, “Yes, for everyone asking I stormed the capital (sic) with hundreds of patriots. I’ll do a whole video explaining what happened, this is history. What happened was unbelievable. Yes, we physically fought our way in.” (g)(h)(i)
- A Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent filed a criminal complaint against him, which was signed by U.S. Magistrate Judge Zia M. Faruqui on January 29, 2021. For his participation in the U.S. Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, he was charged with assault on a federal officer, civil disorder, obstruction of an official proceeding, restricted building or grounds, entering or remaining on the floor or gallery of either House of Congress, violent entry or disorderly conduct, engaging in physical violence, obstructing or impeding passage and parading, demonstrating or picketing on U.S. Capitol grounds. (g)(i)
- On February 5, 2021, FBI agents arrested him in Georgia. After his arrest, his family hired Molly Parmer, a lawyer based in Atlanta. He was booked into the Grady County Jail in Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma, USA. (f)(g)(j)
- In a letter to Judge Randolph Moss filed on March 4, 2021, he wrote, “I would like to strongly assure you that I am not a danger to anyone, and I will absolutely never act on what I said. I have yearned to speak with you, to truthfully apoloigize [sic] and show you my forever changed heart. I will never be the same person, jail has had its full effect me, I am completely humbled, deeply remoursefull [sic] and regretful! After all, that’s what jail is for right? Teaching people a lesson? Lesson fully received, your Honor.” (k)
- He tested positive for the new coronavirus (COVID-19) on March 6, 2021, according to his defense attorney William Zapf. He was assaulted and then threatened by a fellow inmate in the Grady County Jail, Zapf said. (j)
- He was 20 years old when he was found guilty during a stipulated trial on February 24, 2023 of obstruction of an official proceeding and assaulting, resisting, interfering with, intimidating, opposing, or impeding officers. He will be sentenced on May 12, 2023. (h)
(This is a developing story. More details are being added.)
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- a. Bruno Joseph Cua
- b. Atlanta Journal-Constitution
- c. WSBTV
- d. Bruno Joseph Cua
- e. Milton Herald
- f. WSBTV
- g. U.S. Department of Justice
- h. U.S. Department of Justice
- i. FBI Atlanta
- j. NBC News
- k. Business Insider
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His actual quote was “with hundreds of thousands of patriots”, not just “hundreds”. This is important because it is demonstrably untrue, and shows that he really believed the false narratives of the former president. He followed his leader into delusion and away from reality: and that is the struggle which the nation now faces. How to bring people back from former President Trump’s land of imagination and into reality.
and his IG is https://www.instagram.com/bruno_cua/
tell him how much you enjoy him to find new buddies in prison shower haha
Remarkable how all these brave insurrectionists have now gone into whine mode—-the very thing they accuse liberals of. Let em all rot in jail.
I wonder if he’ll keep his promise when they try to take his gun away for being a felon. “I will die before I give up my second amendment”.