The Jan. 6 select committee showed its work—enabling marginal comments, reality checks, and tantalizing hints at what the committee couldn’t prove.
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Too hot for government servers, the Jan. 6 select committee’s records find a permanent home on Lawfare.
It’s January 6—the second anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection. There has been a lot of activity in those two years to account for what happened on that terrible day.
We’re pleased to bring you a new episode of The Aftermath, our narrative podcast series on the search for accountability in response to the Jan. 6 insurrection.
The Jan. 6 committee issued its final report Thursday night, and the team at Lawfare spent Friday reading through it and formulating some initial thoughts, observations, bewilderments, and questions. To give you an overview and some analysis, Lawfare editor-in-chief Benjamin Wittes sat down with Lawfare executive editor Natalie Orpett, and Lawfare senior editors Scott R. Anderson, Quinta Jurecic, Molly Reynolds, and Roger Parloff.
A high-altitude, chapter-by-chapter overview of the Jan. 6 committee’s final report.
The Jan. 6 Committee released the final report of its hearings and investigations.
Today on Lawfare No Bull: On Dec. 19, the House Select Committee to Investigate the Jan. 6 Attack on the United States Capitol held its final public meeting to summarize its findings from its investigation. In the meeting, the committee also voted on criminal referrals and the release of its final report. The executive summary of the report was publicly released following the meeting.
The House Select Committee to Investigate the Jan. 6 Attack on the U.S. Capitol released transcripts of witness testimony gathered over the course of its 18 month investigation.
On Monday afternoon, the House Select Committee to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the United States Capitol, better known as the Jan. 6 committee, held its final public event. It summarized its key findings and voted to approve its final report. And as most commentators are focusing on, the committee also voted to recommend to the Department of Justice that it charge Donald Trump and others with crimes.