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The Army found a "systematic lack of understanding" in the use of low-flying helicopters during June 2020 demonstrations in Washington, DC. The actions of soldiers involved were not considered misconduct but rather "performance issues," an Army official said Wednesday. Maj. Gen. William Walker, commander of the Washington, DC, Guard, launched a 15-6 fact-finding investigation after reports surfaced of DC Guard medical evacuation helicopters hovering low over a crowd near the Capitol One Arena on the evening of June 1. "The 15-6 that was appointed by Maj. Gen. Walker in the DC Guard found that the use of the helicopters in particular ... was not prohibited by law or policy. "Corrective actions and disciplinary actions have been taken," the official said.
Persons: William Walker, Walker, George Floyd, ROBERTO SCHMIDT, Joseph Martin, Matthew Cox Organizations: Army, Guard, DC, Capitol, DC Guard, AFP, Getty, National Guard, Metropolitan Police Department Locations: Washington ,, Maj, Washington, DC
Court documents claim Christopher Quaglin assaulted multiple law enforcement officers during the riot. Court documents say additional video footage shows Quaglin physically pushing at least five different officers during the chaos of the break-in. Quaglin is also accused of spraying a chemical irritant at officers who were trying to stop the rioters from entering the Capitol, court documents say. On January 20, his history shows visits to a web page titled, "Countries where you can buy citizenship, residency, or passport." And between January 28 and January 31, Quaglin's account history shows eight total visits to the FBI's "seeking information" for Capitol violence webpage.
Persons: Christopher Quaglin, Christopher Joseph Quaglin, Quaglin, Chris Trump, Joe Biden's Organizations: US Justice Department, Capitol, Metropolitan Police Department, Facebook, Authorities, Google Locations: Jersey, New Jersey, Washington , DC, Quaglin
Police officer killed in Capitol vehicle attack will lie in honor
  + stars: | 2021-04-06 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.99   time to read: +2 min
Evans was an 18-year veteran of the force and a member of the U.S. Capitol Police first responders unit. REUTERS/Al DragoWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Capitol Police officer who died on Friday after a motorist rammed a car into the police and brandished a knife will lie in honor in the Capitol rotunda next week, congressional leaders said on Tuesday. William Evans, an 18-year veteran of the Capitol Police force and father of two children, died at the hospital after he was struck by the vehicle, the district’s Metropolitan Police Department said. The ceremonial arrival will take place in the morning of April 13, with a congressional tribute and viewing period to follow. Lying in honor - the public viewing of a person’s casket - is one of the highest possible honors Congress has for a civilian.
Persons: William Evans, Evans, Al Drago WASHINGTON, Logan, Abigail, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Brian Sicknick, Donald Trump Organizations: U.S . Capitol Police, . Capitol Police, U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, Capitol Police, district’s Metropolitan Police Department, Locations: Washington , U.S
Inmates at the Saint Louis County Justice Center broke windows, hurled furniture to the ground and set fires Sunday night in the latest uprising over pandemic-era conditions at the jail. An hour later, responders moved the inmates away from the broken windows and started to put out the fires, according to KDSK. Inmates look out of broken windows at the St. Louis Justice Center, known as the city jail, on April 4, 2021. Inmates broke windows, set a fire and threw debris to the ground late Sunday at a St. Louis jail that has been plagued by uprisings in recent months. Onlookers watch from the street as inmates chant and throw things from broken windows at the St. Louis Justice Center on April 4, 2021.
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Video shows officers a police procession honoring the officer who died at the Capitol attack on Friday. USCP officer William Evans died of his injuries after a car rammed into an outside barrier at the Capitol. Flags at the Capitol, White House, and other federal buildings were flown at half-staff to honor the fallen officer. The Capitol Police officer who died after a car rammed into a barrier outside the Capitol was honored with a police procession on Friday. The USCP identified the fallen officer as Evans in a statement following the attack outside the Capitol.
Persons: William Evans, William, Billy, Evans, Yogananda Pittman, Pittman, Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, Biden Organizations: Capitol, White, Capitol Police, Metropolitan Police Department, Service, United States Capitol Police, Responder's, Trump
A driver rammed a car into a barricade outside the Capitol Friday, killing one USCP officer and injuring another. A car rammed into a barricade outside the US Capitol on Friday, injuring two Capitol Police officers, one of whom later died of his injuries. Green's brother told The Post his brother experienced symptoms, whether from drugs or mental illness, that included "hallucinations, heart palpitations, headaches, and suicidal thoughts," as well as paranoia. Weeks before Friday's attack, Green said on social media that he thought the government was using "mind control" on him, CNN reported. Green's final Facebook post was on March 21, in which he posted a YouTube video titled "the crucifixion of Michael Jackson" featuring a 150-minute speech by Farrakhan.
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Capitol Police Officer William Evans, who died Friday following a confrontation with a motorist who rammed a barricade and lunged at authorities with a knife, was an 18-year veteran of the Washington department, officials said. "Jill and I were heartbroken to learn of the violent attack at a security checkpoint on the U.S. Capitol grounds, which killed Officer William Evans of the U.S. Capitol Police, and left a fellow officer fighting for his life," the president said. "We send our heartfelt condolences to Officer Evans’ family, and everyone grieving his loss." House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a statement, "Today, America’s heart has been broken by the tragic and heroic death of one of our Capitol Police heroes: Officer William Evans. "I am heartbroken that Officer William F. Evans was killed in the line of duty defending the Capitol," he said.
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Police officer killed in vehicle attack on U.S. Capitol
  + stars: | 2021-04-02 | by ( Idrees Ali | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A motorist rammed a vehicle into U.S. Capitol Police officers on Friday, killing one and injuring another and forcing the Capitol and congressional office buildings onto high alert, Capitol Police said. U.S. Capitol police surround a blue car that rammed a police barricade outside the U.S. Capitol building in an incident that reportedly resulted in the death of one Capitol police officer, the injury of another officer and the death of the driver as a result of police gunfire on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. April 2, 2021. The suspect drove a vehicle into the officers, got out of the car and lunged at them, with a knife in his hand, Yogananda Pittman, acting chief of the United States Capitol Police, told a news conference. Pittman said one of the officers was killed and the other was injured. Dozens of National Guard troops, who have been stationed at the Capitol since the January attack, quickly deployed after the incident.
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Suspect, Police Officer Dead After Attack Near U.S. Capitol
  + stars: | 2021-04-02 | by ( Lindsay Wise | Andrew Duehren | Rachael Levy | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.88   time to read: +1 min
WASHINGTON—A Capitol Police officer died from injuries sustained Friday afternoon when a man rammed his car into a security checkpoint outside the Capitol, three months after the Jan. 6 attack on Congress resulted in the death of another officer. Police shot and killed the suspect in the incident, who police said had a knife. Another injured officer was in stable condition Friday evening, according to the police. At least one officer fired upon the suspect at that point, police said. Both injured officers and the suspect were transported to local hospitals, the police said.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Yogananda Pittman, William ‘ Billy ’ Evans, Robert Contee Organizations: Capitol Police, Capitol, Police, Metropolitan Police Department Locations: Washington
Suspect, Police Officer Dead After Crash Near U.S. Capitol
  + stars: | 2021-04-02 | by ( Lindsay Wise | Andrew Duehren | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
WASHINGTON—A Capitol Police officer has died from injuries sustained in an incident Friday afternoon when a car crashed into a barrier outside the Capitol, the force’s acting chief said. The suspect in the incident, who police said had a knife, has also died. The incident, which prompted officials to place the complex into lockdown, occurred at a barricaded access point off Constitution Avenue, on the Senate side of the U.S. Capitol building, according to Capitol Police. The Federal Bureau of Investigation said its D.C. field office is providing support to the Capitol Police. A spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police Department said the agency is on the scene assisting with the incident, which she said is under the jurisdiction of the Capitol Police.
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Two Capitol police officers were injured when a car crashed into a barrier outside the complex. Capitol Police one of the officers died from his injuries and a suspect died after being shot by law enforcement. Two Capitol Police officers were injured, one fatally, on Friday when a car crashed into a barricade outside an entrance to the Capitol, the agency said. The barricade where the car crashed is located on Constitution Avenue across the street from Senate office buildings. Here's where the car crashed into the barricades, which were erected for extra security after the January 6 insurrection:
Persons: Yogananda Pittman, Robert Contee, Pittman, Jacqui Heinrich, Jake Sherman Organizations: Capitol, Capitol Police, Metropolitan Police Department, Fox News, National Guard, Punchbowl News
Two U.S. Capitol Police officers sued Donald Trump, blaming him for "physical and emotional injuries" they suffered due to the Jan. 6 invasion of the Capitol by a mob of the former president's supporters. Blassingame "suffered injuries to his head and back" and continues to be "haunted" by the attack, the complaint said. After he was done speaking, they changed to, 'Storm the Capitol,' 'Invade the Capitol Building,' and 'Take the Capitol right now,'" the complaint alleged. "As Trump concluded his speech near the White House, his followers who were already at the Capitol became insurrectionists," it said. The complaint said Hemby and Blassingame were chased, punched, sprayed with chemicals and crushed against the Capitol doors by the mob.
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A noose was found hanging from a tree outside a church in Washington, D.C., on Friday morning. D.C. Councilman Charles Allen first posted about the incident on Twitter, describing it as a "despicable symbol & act of hate." A noose was found today at St Marks Episcopal Church on the Hill. pic.twitter.com/ClJDwHZnWm — Charles Allen (@charlesallen) March 26, 2021Officers at the scene took the noose down from the large tree it was found on and kept it for evidence, NBC Washington reported. “That symbol has no business being in our country, in our city and certainly not in a church courtyard,” she said.
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The officer, Brian D. Sicknick, who had been guarding the west side of the Capitol, collapsed later that day and died the next night. They show Officer Sicknick retreat, bend over and try to wash out his eyes and face with water. Kenneth Holston for The New York TimesThe last time Officer Sicknick appears in the videos or the photographs, he is bent over by the scaffolding erected for President Biden’s upcoming inauguration. The attack on Officer Sicknick and his colleagues comes at a key moment. After the police have retreated, the footage shows Mr. Khater and Mr. Tanios once more, standing back from the crowd.
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The prosecutor said authorities have reason to believe that Sabol may "have assaulted another police officer" with a baton that he is seen wielding during the riot. A geophysicist from Colorado admitted to authorities that he was "in a fit of rage" when he dragged a Washington, D.C., police officer to be viciously beaten by a man with a flagpole and others during the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6, a prosecutor revealed. A man identified as Peter Stager in images -- taken from videos -- which appeared in an arrest warrant. Sabol "admitted to being in a fit of rage" during the attack on the cop and told authorities that his memory from much of the rest of the day on Jan. 6 is foggy, Gianforti told Judge Andrew Krause. Gianforti on Friday said that police in Clarkstown, New York, found Sabol in his car on Jan. 11, but did not detail why Sabol was not arrested that day.
Persons: Peter Stager, Jeffrey Sabol, Benjamin Gianforti, Sabol, Gianforti, Andrew Krause, Krause, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Stager, Jason Ser, Ser Organizations: D.C, U.S, Capitol, Washington , D.C, U.S . Army, Metropolitan Police Department Locations: Washington, U.S, White Plains , New York, Boston, Zurich, Switzerland, Westchester County , New York, Colorado, Washington ,, New York, Arkansas, Clarkstown , New York
An officer of the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, D.C., stands guard in front of the White House, ahead of the inauguration of Joe Biden as U.S. President in Washington, D.C., U.S. January 20, 2021. Top Republicans, including Vice President Mike Pence, were not there to see Trump depart. Shortly after Trump finished his remarks, Biden left the presidential guest house in Washington on his way to church, where he was joined by Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell and House of Representatives Republican leader Kevin McCarthy. The violence prompted the Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives to impeach Trump last week for an unprecedented second time. The trial could serve as an early test of Biden’s promise to foster a renewed sense of bipartisanship in Washington.
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An officer of the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, D.C., stands guard in front of the White House, ahead of the inauguration of Joe Biden as U.S. President in Washington, D.C., U.S. January 20, 2021. The violence prompted the Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives to impeach Trump last week for an unprecedented second time. Trump, who has grown increasingly isolated in the waning days of his tenure, has still not formally conceded the Nov. 3 election. But Trump did not issue preemptive pardons for himself or members of his family, after speculation that he might do so. The trial could serve as an early test of Biden’s promise to foster a renewed sense of bipartisanship in Washington.
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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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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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WASHINGTON — FBI intelligence analysts gathered information about possible violence involving the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6., but the FBI never distributed a formal intelligence bulletin, in part because of concerns that doing so might have run afoul of free speech protections, a current and two former senior FBI officials familiar with the matter told NBC News. While threatening violence isn't protected speech under the First Amendment, the line between protected speech and threats can be hard to discern. "This information was immediately disseminated through a written product and briefed through our command operations to all levels of law enforcement," he said. But the two former FBI officials who spoke Tuesday argued that the bureau is being overly cautious and that it has simply not dedicated the resources required to tackle the domestic threat. But law enforcement officials cautioned that the memo didn't mean they expect violence in every state capitol.
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Airbnb said on Wednesday that it would cancel and block reservations in Washington, DC, during inauguration week. Airbnb said on Wednesday that it would cancel and block reservations in Washington, DC, during inauguration week following the deadly Capitol siege. It said it was also being informed by "inputs" from its hosts in the area, the Metropolitan Police Department, members of Congress, and officials in Washington, DC. It said it would also cancel reservations made through its HotelTonight platform. Airbnb said guests in Washington, DC, identified as being part of a hate group, planning violence, or violating Airbnb's policies could also face legal action from the company.
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ET Capitol Riot Live Updates: Trump Urges No Violence or Vandalism at Planned Demonstrations The fallout from last week’s attack on the Capitol continued as the Army secretary announced that the inauguration would be secured by armed National Guard members. “In lights of reports of more demonstrations, I urge that there must be NO violence, NO lawbreaking and NO vandalism of any kind,” Mr. Trump said. For President Trump, the past week has included a flurry of rebukes from businesses and once-loyal politicians. A majority of House members vote to impeach. Mayor Bill de Blasio said New York City is ending its contracts with the Trump Organization after the deadly riot incited by President Trump at the U.S. Capitol.
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ET Capitol Riot Live Updates: Federal Authorities Sound a Warning; Trump Urges No Violence The deadly breach at the Capitol will be a “significant driver of violence” for armed extremists who are targeting the presidential inauguration, according to a bulletin issued by federal authorities. “In lights of reports of more demonstrations, I urge that there must be NO violence, NO lawbreaking and NO vandalism of any kind,” Mr. Trump said. Shortly before Mr. Trump’s statement was released, Representative Kevin McCarthy of California, the Republican leader, spoke on the House floor, pinning blame on Mr. Trump for the attack. Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, who stood by the president during lesser controversies, told his associates that he believed Mr. Trump had committed impeachable offenses. The House is expected to impeach Mr. Trump, for the second time, on Wednesday.
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But while the violence escalated, the call to deploy to the Capitol did not come in time to help. “They just stayed there the entire time, waiting,” the former official familiar with the events told NBC News. FPS had asked CBP to have agents on standby on Monday, Jan. 4, but did not call them during the heat of the siege on the Capitol Wednesday. Some CBP agents were eventually deployed, but it was only after dusk and after the violence had largely subsided, the officials said. Oregon Governor Kate Brown eventually struck a deal with the federal government to withdraw federal agents, though many CBP personnel remained on standby in Portland.
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ET Capitol Riot Fallout Live Updates: Fallout Spreads to Sports, Universities and Businesses As Mr. Trump faced the prospect of a second impeachment, major institutions said they did not tolerate actions that incited violence. Perhaps most consequential of all for Mr. Trump was Twitter’s decision on Friday to permanently suspend his account, after the company had spent years defending Mr. Trump’s presence on its platforms. President Trump’s lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, speaking to supporters from The Ellipse near the White House on Wednesday. On Wednesday, Mr. Giuliani addressed a crowd of Mr. Trump’s supporters, repeating Mr. Trump’s baseless claims of election fraud then appearing to urge people toward violence. The investigation was only the latest example of efforts to push back against lawyers who have supported Mr. Trump’s push to remain in power.
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