Capitol Riot

Christopher Worrell, a member of the Proud Boys far-right group who allegedly assaulted police officers with pepper spray gel during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, will stay in jail while he awaits his trial, a federal appeals court ruled. Worrell disputed the lower court’s “dangerousness” determination and argued his non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma puts him at increased risk of Covid-19, which he was recently diagnosed with.

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Capitol Police Watchdog Offers Damning Insights Into Response to Jan. 6 Attack

Police overlooked key intelligence warning of violent marauders heading to Washington D.C. on Jan. 6, the inspector general of the United States Capitol Police told members of Congress in the first part of a two-part hearing on police preparedness leading up and during the insurrection.

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Capitol Riot

A federal court in Washington ruled that Federico “Freddie” Klein, who is facing an eight-count indictment relating to his participation in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, should be released from custody pending trial. Klein, who was appointed to a position in the State Department during the Trump administration, allegedly “used force against several officers” in an attempt to breach the Capitol entrance.

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Virginia Senator Faces Uphill Battle Against Censure Over Capitol Rally

Republican Amanda Chase claims her political punishment for speaking at a Trump rally just before the deadly Capitol insurrection violated her free speech rights, but a federal judge questioned whether his court is the right place for the dispute.

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