By Bobeth Yates

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – After an anonymous tip, a former Broward Sheriff’s Office employee became the latest to be charged in connection with the January 6th Capitol attack.

“This is vigilante justice,” said St. Thomas University Criminologist professor Dr. Debbie Goodman, who says the rioters who stormed the US Capitol to attempt to overturn the election of President Biden have no legitimate excuse for their actions, no matter what they claim.

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“This is individuals taking matters into their own hands, thinking that they’re doing it in a correct fashion and what they’re doing is right, but it’s illegal,” added Goodman.

Former Broward County Sheriff Officer Lieutenant Julio Cesar Chang is among the latest to be arrested in connection with insurrection. He’s been charged with multiple counts including disorderly and disruptive conduct and entering and remaining in a restricted building.

The FBI criminal complaint states they received an anonymous tip claiming Chang posted about his part in the riot on Facebook.

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The posts included pictures with a caption, that read, “The deplorables have taken back our country.”

He also allegedly called the riot, the “second American Revolution.”

CBS4 went to speak to Chang to ask how someone who swore to uphold the law could break the law, but we were unsuccessful.

Dr. Goodman says it isn’t uncommon for law-abiding citizens to switch sides.

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“Sometimes individuals who go through our system, who swear and raise their right hand to uphold and enforce the law, change side if you will. It’s the other side of the coin they become disgruntled with, displeased with, and decide to take matters in their own hands,’ added Goodman.