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Acting Capitol Police chief apologizes to lawmakers for ‘failings' that allowed Jan. 6 breach

1 month ago   |   By The Washington Post

Acting U.S. Capitol police chief Yogananda Pittman told House members that a lack of officers and appropriate weaponry, plus poor communication and organization, contributed to the attack.
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Acting Capitol Police Chief Apologizes to Congress

Acting Capitol Police Chief Apologizes to Congress

1 month ago   |   By Newser

Acknowledging that the Capitol Police department "failed to meet its own high standards" during the Jan. 6 riot, the agency's acting chief apologized to a House committee on Tuesday. The police department knew there was a "strong potential for violence" that day but didn't do enough ahead of the attack...
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