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Federal authorities released photos Sunday of seven suspects wanted in an alleged assault on a Washington, D.C., police officer during the deadly pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol. In a statement, the FBI alleged that the suspects, all men, assaulted Metropolitan Police Officer Mike Fanone after they breached the Capitol building. Fanone told NBC Washington that he suffered a mild heart attack during the riot after he was repeatedly struck with a stun gun and beaten with a flag featuring pro-police imagery. "To the people that helped me, thank you," he told NBC Washington. The riot left five people dead, including Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick.
Persons: Mike Fanone, Nancy Pelosi's, Fanone, Christina Laury, Brian Sicknick Organizations: D.C, Trump, U.S . Capitol, FBI, Metropolitan Police, NBC Washington, NBC, Capitol Police Locations: Washington, West Virginia, Virginia, NBC Washington
(Reuters) - Technology company GitHub has apologized for firing a Jewish employee who cautioned his colleagues about the presence of Nazis in Washington on the day of the assault of the U.S. Capitol earlier this month, TechCrunch reported. GitHub, which is based in San Francisco, fired the unnamed employee on Jan. 8 but later engaged an outside investigator to conduct a probe after other employees complained about the action. The blog did not the mention the names of the HR head and the employee. TechCrunch reported the employee was Jewish and that he was fired after he made a comment on Jan. 6 in Slack saying, "stay safe homies, Nazis are about". Trump, who has challenged the validity of Biden’s victory without producing evidence, initially praised his supporters but later condemned the violence.
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A woman pretending to be “part of the presidential cabinet” was arrested at an inauguration checkpoint in Washington, D.C., on Saturday morning. Linda Magovern, 63, was charged with impersonation of a law enforcement officer, failure to obey and fleeing a law enforcement officer after she presented herself at the checkpoint while in a car, NBC Washington reports. Magovern displayed “a round metallic object later identified as a Military Police Challenge Coin,” and said she was part of law enforcement, according to a police report. DC police did not return a request for comment and it was not immediately clear if Magovern has an attorney. Police on Friday arrested a man with an unregistered gun and hundreds of rounds of ammo at at an inauguration checkpoint.
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Lonnie Coffman had no criminal record. And no city officials or law enforcement in the area had ever come into contact with him. Police determined the jars of liquid found in Lonnie Coffman's truck were Molotov cocktails. U.S. Capitol PoliceOne of the weapons found in the truck of Lonnie Leroy Coffman in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6, 2021. A crossbow was among the weapons found in Lonnie Coffman's truck.
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Slideshow ( 4 images )More than a dozen states have activated National Guard troops to help secure their capitol buildings following an FBI warning of armed protests, with right-wing extremists emboldened by the deadly siege at the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Jan. 6. Downtown Washington, D.C., was virtually empty, with streets near the Capitol closed and battalions of camouflaged National Guard soldiers taking up positions across the city center. Connecticut has activated its National Guard in preparation for as many as 2,000 mostly Trump supporters at its capitol complex in Hartford on Sunday, a state police spokesman said. “We are preparing possibly for anything to happen,” said Trooper Pedro Muniz, adding that there had not been any specific threats. The FBI and other federal agencies have warned of the potential for future violence, as white supremacists and other extremists look to exploit frustration among Trump supporters who have bought into falsehoods about electoral fraud.
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Capitals in battleground states, where Trump has directed his accusations of voter fraud, were on especially high alert. But by midday, only handfuls of demonstrators had taken to the streets alongside much larger crowds of law enforcement officers and media personnel. In Atlanta, several hundred law enforcement officers and National Guard troops milled around Georgia’s state house. Tens of thousands of security personnel from the National Guard and law enforcement agencies have descended upon Washington, D.C., to bolster security ahead of Wednesday’s ceremony. Some militias and extremist groups have told followers to stay home this weekend, citing the increased security or the risk that the planned events were law enforcement traps.
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National Guard members stand guard outside the U.S. Capitol ahead of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, in Washington, U.S., January 17, 2021. But by late Sunday afternoon, only handfuls of demonstrators had taken to the streets alongside much larger crowds of law enforcement officers and media personnel. “It was a non-event today and we are glad it was,” said Troy Thompson, spokesman for the Department of General Services, the agency that protects the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg. He noted the lack of protesters at the Pennsylvania capitol on Sunday. Tens of thousands of security personnel from the National Guard and law enforcement agencies have descended upon Washington, D.C., to bolster security ahead of Wednesday’s ceremony.
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At least 19 states have activated National Guard troops to help protect their statehouses, and troops from across the country are mobilizing to secure the streets of Washington. Minnesota law enforcement agencies guarding the state Capitol on Saturday. Pentagon officials said that 9,500 National Guard members from 46 states and 3 territories had arrived in Washington by Saturday, and that as many as 25,000 are expected by Wednesday. Gavin Newsom of California authorized the deployment of 1,000 National Guard troops and had the State Capitol grounds in Sacramento surrounded with a chain-link fence. “There will be no tolerance for violence,” Mr. Newsom said last week, referring to the attack on the nation’s Capitol.
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ET Capitol Protests Live Updates: Armed Protesters Gather in Ohio, Texas and Michigan Washington remained mostly quiet while police officers and troops watch and wait outside the Capitol and statehouses across the country. Armed protesters have gathered at state capitols in Ohio, Texas, Oregon and Michigan. Armed protesters arrive at the Texas State Capitol in Austin, Texas on Sunday. About 25 members of the antigovernment extremist “boogaloo” movement were among the heavily armed protesters who gathered at the Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. Austin, Texas: Protesters began gathering in the morning at the Texas State Capitol, which the state had closed out of concerns over the protest.
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WASHINGTON — The FBI is investigating whether foreign governments, organizations or individuals provided financial support to extremists who helped plan and execute the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, one current and one former FBI official told NBC News. Those payments were documented and posted on the web this week by a company that analyzes cryptocurrency transfers. Payments of bitcoin, a cryptocurrency, can be traced because they are documented on a public ledger. "In at least one instance, a Russian proxy claimed that ANTIFA members disguised themselves as supporters of President Trump, and were responsible for storming the Capitol building." But the cryptocurrency payments prompted the FBI to examine whether any of the money was used to find illegal acts, which, if true, raises the possibility of money laundering and conspiracy charges, the FBI official said.
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist who made the famed napalm girl photo during the Vietnam War was attacked in Washington, D.C. Same leg I have metal in from mortar in Vietnam War," Ut wrote. Mark Edward Harris, a fellow award-winning photographer and longtime friend of Ut, told NBC Washington, that he took a photo of Ut after the attack. The day before the attack, Ut had received the National Medal of Arts award from President Donald Trump. Ut told NBC Washington that he plans on staying in D.C. through the inauguration to take photos.
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FILE PHOTO: National Guard members walk at the Capitol, in Washington, U.S., January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts/File PhotoThe FBI warned police agencies of possible armed protests outside all 50 state capitol buildings starting Saturday through President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 20, fueled by supporters of President Donald Trump who believe his false claims of electoral fraud. Michigan, Virginia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Washington were among states that activated their National Guards to strengthen security. In Michigan a fence was erected around the Capitol in Lansing and troopers were mobilized from across the state to bolster security. Thousands of armed National Guard troops were in the streets in Washington in an unprecedented show of force after the assault on the U.S. Capitol.
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Michigan, Virginia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Washington were among more than a dozen states that activated their National Guards to strengthen security. Meanwhile, downtown Washington, D.C., was virtually empty, with streets near the Capitol closed and battalions of camouflaged National Guard soldiers taking up positions across the city center. It was signed by House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, House Homeland Security Chairman Bennie Thompson, House Oversight Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler. In Michigan, a fence was erected around the Capitol in Lansing, and troopers were mobilized from across the state to bolster security. A tearful Beeler later told the Washington Post he had been working security in Washington all week and pulled up to the checkpoint after getting lost.
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Tom Wolf has assigned 450 members of the state’s National Guard to protect the Pennsylvania Capitol. A day prior to the riot in the Capitol, Pennsylvania Republicans refused to seat state Sen. Jim Brewster, a Democrat who won a tight race in the western part of the state by 69 votes. Mastriano and Perry, both Republicans, are two Pennsylvania lawmakers who pushed election fraud conspiracy theories in their state at two levels of government. Fetterman and other Democrats lay much of the responsibility for the perpetuation of the election falsehoods in Pennsylvania at the feet of Perry, Mastriano and state Republicans. Pennsylvania state Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Franklin, attends a hearing of the Pennsylvania State Senate Majority Policy Committee, in Gettysburg, Pa. on Nov. 25, 2020.
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Dustin Higgs, 48, was convicted in the 1996 kidnapping and killings of three women in a Maryland wildlife refuge. Higgs, who was pronounced dead at 1:23 a.m., was the thirteenth federal convict put to death under Trump. President-elect Joe Biden, scheduled to be inaugurated Wednesday, opposes the federal death penalty and has signaled he’ll end its use. The number of federal death sentences carried out under Trump since 2020 is more than in the previous 56 years combined, reducing the number of prisoners on federal death row by nearly a quarter. It contained Higgs’s nickname, “Bones,” his telephone number, his address number and the tag number for his van.
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ET Covid-19 Live Updates: India Starts Vaccinating Its 1.3 Billion People President-elect Joe Biden plans to create mobile vaccine clinics and expand Americans’ access to shots, but he warned that “things will get worse before they get better.” RIGHT NOW India begins inoculating its 1.3 billion people. India begins inoculating its 1.3 billion people. Covishield and another vaccine called Covaxin were authorized for emergency use in India earlier this month. “The honest truth is this, things will get worse before they get better,” Mr. Biden said. “The vaccine rollout in the United States has been a dismal failure so far,” Mr. Biden said.
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ET Live Updates: Amid Fears of Inauguration Violence, Man With Gun and ‘Unauthorized’ Credential Is Arrested in Washington The man’s father said he was working as a security guard at the Capitol. Mr. Biden has resisted calls to move the inauguration ceremony indoors for the sake of safety. Without specifically mentioning Mr. Trump, Mr. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris drew an implicit contrast with his administration’s dismissive attitude toward expert opinion. Mr. Biden also said that Dr. Francis S. Collins would remain as the director of the National Institutes of Health. “Go have fun with the press,” Mr. Trump told Mr. Bolton, who claimed he purposefully made visible what appeared to be “confidential” notes.
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Members of the National Guard stop a vehicle at a checkpoint on January 16, 2021 in Washington, DC. A Virginia man who showed police an unauthorized inauguration credential at a checkpoint along the perimeter securing downtown Washington, D.C., ahead of Inauguration Day was arrested after a gun and hundreds of rounds of ammunition were found in his vehicle, police said. When the credential didn't match up with a list of people authorized to enter the inauguration perimeter, U.S. Capitol Police officers conducted further searches. A gun with a high-capacity magazine inserted and ammunition were found in the vehicle, police said. The gun was not registered in Washington, D.C., police said.
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The U.S. Capitol Police arrested a man at a security checkpoint in Washington on Friday after he flashed what an officer described as an “unauthorized” inauguration credential and a search of his truck found an unregistered handgun and ammunition, the authorities said. Mr. Beeler had no known extremist ties, the official said. “It was an honest mistake,” Mr. Beeler told The Washington Post after being charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and released on Saturday afternoon. He said he had been working a security job in Washington, was running late to work, and had forgotten that his firearm was in his truck. “I pulled up to a checkpoint after getting lost in D.C. because I’m a country boy,” he told The Post.
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Facebook blocks new events near key locations before U.S. inauguration
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Elizabeth Culliford | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: The Facebook logo is displayed on a mobile phone in this picture illustration taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Johanna Geron/Illustration/File Photo(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said on Friday it was blocking the creation of any new Facebook events in close proximity to places such as the White House and U.S. Capitol in Washington, as well as state capitol buildings, through Inauguration Day on Jan. 20. In a blog post on Friday, the social media company also said it would conduct a review of all Facebook events related to the inauguration and take down events that violated its rules. The FBI has warned of armed protests being planned for Washington and all 50 state capitals in the run-up to Jan. 20. Facebook also said it was imposing some other restrictions, such as blocking certain accounts from creating live videos, creating events or being a page or group administrator, “based on signals such as repeat violations of our policies.”
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A Texas realtor who took a private jet to the riot at the U.S. Capitol last week and called it the best day of her life is facing federal charges. In one deleted video, Ryan said, “We’re gonna go down and storm the Capitol. They’re down there right now and that’s why we came and so that’s what we are going to do. Jenna Ryan for your realtor.”Authorities said hours after the breach, Ryan wrote on Twitter that she had "just stormed the Capital [sic]." Jenna Ryan, center, looking at her phone while entering the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
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Over 20 Latino leaders from progressive groups in Florida have signed a letter calling on Spanish-language and Latino-focused media outlets in Miami to stop spreading misinformation "that emboldens conspiracy theories." The day of the riot, a host on AM station Actualidad falsely claimed that "thousands of dead people voted, thousands of incarcerated people voted, thousands of noncitizens voted." The host, Agustin Acosta, went to say, "I think that in Nevada or Arizona, 42,000 people voted more than once." Another AM radio host the day after the riot said the loose collective of activists known as antifa had sent "busloads" of people to Washington. This includes sharing recent audio recordings of misleading A.M. radio broadcasts circulating in South Florida that push these false and dangerous narratives.
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FILE PHOTO: Michael Sherwin, acting U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, speaks during a news conference at the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., U.S., January 12, 2021. The acting attorney for Washington and FBI provided an update on criminal charges related to the Jan. 6 siege at the U.S. Capitol. Sarah Silbiger/Pool via REUTERS/File PhotoWASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. Justice Department official on Friday said there is currently no direct evidence of efforts to capture or assassinate lawmakers in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. “We don’t have any direct evidence of kill capture teams,” said Michael Sherwin, the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, in a press conference with reporters.
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Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser and security officials on Friday urged Americans to watch President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration from home. “I want to reiterate my request to Americans enjoy this 59th inauguration of the president of the United States and the vice president of the United States at home. “We cannot allow a recurrence of the chaos and illegal activity that the United States witnessed last week,” Miller said. The Secret Service is running security for the inauguration with support from thousands of National Guardsmen and police officers. Asked if the area would return to normal after the inauguration, Bowser said the area would "go back to a new normal."
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Calif agency challenges FCC decision to maintain 2017 net neutrality repeal
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: Signage is seen at the headquarters of the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C., U.S., August 29, 2020. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly/File PhotoWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The California Public Utilities Commission challenged the outgoing Republican-led Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decision to maintain its 2017 repeal of Obama-era net neutrality rules, court documents show. The California agency asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to throw out the FCC’s order approved in October as “arbitrary, capricious, and an abuse of discretion.”The appeals court in October 2019 largely upheld the FCC’s repeal, but ordered the agency to reconsider the repeal’s impact on public safety and other issues.
Persons: Andrew Kelly Organizations: Federal Communications Commission, Washington , D.C, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, California Public Utilities Commission, Republican, Obama, U.S ., Appeals, District of Columbia Locations: Washington ,, California
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