Judges are citing former President Donald Trump’s rhetoric on election fraud as they deny some accused Capitol rioters bail, saying there’s a risk they’ll commit violent acts in Trump’s name again.
Reports this week claimed that a Capitol Police officer told other officers to stand down with supporters of President Donald Trump's but to arrest anti- Trump protesters.
Richard Barnett does not present the kind of danger to society that would warrant his pretrial detention, a federal judge ruled.
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The lawsuits are seeking an unspecified amount in monetary damages in excess of $75,000
Video footage released Wednesday of the January attack on the Capitol shows the moments when rioters appeared to spray an unknown substance at Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick.
Capitol Police falsely said in a Jan. 7 press release that Sicknick died from “injuries sustained while on-duty” after “physically engaging with protestors."
An unidentified US Capitol Police officer directed "all outside units" to ignore pro-Trump rioters and instead go after "anti pro-Trump" protestors, according to a newly released Congressional investigation.
The new measure was immediately challenged in federal court by voting rights advocates, who filed two lawsuits arguing that it creates undue and uneven barriers to the polls.
Michael Fanone said he “experienced the most brutal, savage hand-to-hand combat of my entire life” during the attack on the Capitol.
When Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) attempted to run for president in 2016, his final stunt was to name his running mate before the nominating contest was even over yet. He named California businesswoman and former CEO Carly Fiorina. It wasn't a successful move and the two running mates lost the Republican primary to Donald Trump.