The attack on the Capitol was enabled by a law enforcement culture that has ignored white supremacy and far-right extremism
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Other remedies don’t work. Congress should revive its own power to impose sanctions for contempt.
A U.S. District judge dismissed the felony charge that has become the single most important weapon in the government’s arsenal in Capitol insurrection cases.
Jan. 6 Select Committee Says Trump and Allies May Have Engaged in Criminal Conspiracy To Overturn 2020 Election
In a court filing, the select committee said Trump and allies may have conspired to commit fraud and obstruction in their attempt to overturn the 2020 election.
In both the attack on the Capitol and the standoff at the Tennessee courthouse, members of the Oath Keepers promoted self-serving, distorted “patriotic” rhetoric to justify criminal acts against government officials.
The First Trial of a Capitol Riot Defendant: A Shock-and-Awe Campaign of Video, Audio, and Other Digital Evidence
When Capitol riot defendant Guy Reffitt goes to trial before a federal jury in Washington, D.C., prosecutors plan to present a shock-and-awe campaign of video, audio and other digital evidence.