WASHINGTON – Two men from the suburbs were among those arrested amidst the chaos at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday.

The caricature of the aggrieved white male Trump voter waving the Confederate Flag was certainly on display, but among those arrested was a suburban Chicago man who breaks the stereotype. Brad Rukstales has an MBA from an elite university and is the CEO of a successful tech company.

Rukstales, CEO of Schaumburg-based tech company Cogensia, was one of the people arrested by police after a group of domestic terrorists stormed the U.S. Capitol in an attack. Four people lost their lives by the end of Wednesday in D.C., police said.

A knock on Rukstales’ door, located in Inverness, went unanswered. Several neighbors declined to speak on

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