President Joe Biden’s Attorney General Nominee, Merrick Garland, vowed to focus on the rebellion in the US Capitol on Monday
FBI agents took into custody Monday a Consul man who seeks answers about the government’s security readiness to lead the attack a day before the alleged links to the riots in the Capitol last month.
A joint hearing of the two Senate committees, the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee and the Rules and Administration Committee, will interrogate the officers who were in charge of securing the Capitol.
- A bipartisan call was made to a commission on the causes of the Capitol Rebellion, similar to a congress established after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
- The senator said he hoped the hearing would be held in view of the lack of primary information.
The senator said he hoped the hearing would be held in view of the lack of primary information.
Testimony is scheduled to be heard from former US Capitol Police Chief Steven Sundar, former Senate Sergeant in Arms Michael Stanzer and former House Sergeant in Arms Paul Irving, as well as Robert Conte, Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department.
The attack on 6 January injured nearly dozens of police officers and killed several people, including Capitol police officer, Brian Siknik.
“There really was no suspected harmful activity,” Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisk., Told “Sunday Morning Futures”. “People were really caught by surprise. It wasn’t predictable. It wasn’t noticeable because the House managers continue to talk about it. I just don’t believe it was.”
President Joe Biden’s Attorney General Nominee, Merrick Garland, vowed to focus on the rebellion in the US Capitol on Monday, the first step in tackling extremist violence.
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