FBI issues wanted poster for 15 allegedly involved in attack on Andrew Jackson statue

Just the News:
The FBI has release a poster with the pictures of 15 people on which the agency seeking information in connection with the attempted destruction Monday of a monument to former President Andrew Jackson near the White House. 
President Trump on Friday tweeted a picture of his poster to his roughly 80 million followers. 
Protesters gathered in D.C.'s Lafayette Square Monday in an attempted to bring down the statue of Jackson, which has been at that location since 1852, seven years after the former president's death. The would-be destroyers struggled and ultimately failed to tear the monument down with ropes. 
The FBI has since opened up an investigation into the incident, which they said might constitute a felony offense. In his tweet Trump wrote that "MANY people [are] in custody, with many others being sought for Vandalization of Federal Property in Lafayette Park."
"10 year prison sentences!" he also said, referring to an executive order he signed that cracks down on the destruction of federal property
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It would not surprise me if the FBI has already identified some of the alleged statue vandals.  Rounding them up could also lead to other suspects in the Democrats' second Civil War.

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