Accused WH intruder had been arrested there before
WASHINGTON - This isn't the first time the man who was arrested outside the White House yesterday was in that situation.
Records show that Dominic Adesanya was also charged with unlawful entry at the White House complex in late July. A court document says he told an officer that a security barrier he jumped over "was easy," and that the next fence to the south grounds wouldn't be a problem.
He's accused of climbing over a fence and onto the North Lawn last night. He was quickly arrested, after allegedly kicking and punching two Secret Service dogs.
Just three days after the July arrest at the White House, Adesanya was apprehended again for refusing to leave the Treasury building next door to the White House, and swinging his fists at officers.
According to the court document, Adesanya claimed that a banking family that he said owned the Federal Reserve Bank was targeting him, and he said he wanted cameras that have been placed in his home removed.
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