The two men were identified after a co-worker of Hunter Seefried contacted the FBI to say Hunter “had bragged about being in the Capitol with his father” during the riot, the document says.
On Tuesday, both men spoke to the FBI in separate voluntary interviews, according to the document.
In addition to each of them confirming they had been in the Capitol, “Kevin Seefried also explained that he brought the Confederate Battle flag seen” in a photo “to the District of Columbia from his home in Delaware where it is usually displayed outside,” the document says.
“Kevin Seefried told law enforcement that he had traveled with his family from Delaware to the District of Columbia to hear President Trump speak and that he and Hunter Seefried participated in the march from the White House to the Capitol led by an individual with a bull horn,” according to the document.
The document also says that video footage on Twitter shows Hunter Seefried punching out glass in a window at the Capitol after it was smashed by others with a wooden two-by-four.