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Actor who performs in Jesus Christ Superstar and as Michael Jackson charged in Jan. 6 Capitol riot

Por: CNBC Politics November 25, 2021

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Photos of James Beeks (aka Broadway actor James T. Justis) included in a DOJ Statement of Facts report regarding the Jan. 6th attack of the U.S. Capitol.Source: Department of Justice who has and who also does Michael Jackson impersonations, on Jan. 6 with fellow members of James Beeks, 49, was wearing what appears to be his replica Michael Jackson Bad tour jacket when he marched in a so-called stack formation with other Oath Keepers up the... + full article



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