Senators question law enforcement officials about Capitol riots | USA TODAY

Senators question law enforcement officials about Capitol riots | USA TODAY 1

 

The current and former leaders of four law enforcement agencies tasked with protecting the U.S. Capitol face questioning from senators Tuesday in their first public testimony about the deadly Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol.

The hearing before two Senate committees comes as lawmakers investigate the buildup to the riots and the subsequent response by law enforcement. Thousands of supporters of former President Donald Trump marched to the Capitol Jan. 6, overpowered police officers, broke inside and then ransacked the building in a riot that resulted in five deaths.

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9 Comments on "Senators question law enforcement officials about Capitol riots | USA TODAY"

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  2. Robin Ruprecht | February 23, 2021 at 4:13 PM | Reply

    Somebody at 3:37:40 looks concerned about something. As somebody from Minnesota once asked….Did somebody do something?

  3. They knew nothing in those opening statements. That changed quickly after interrogation

  4. Somebody lying

  5. Fake news!

  6. About time!😡

  7. It wasn’t an insurrection

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