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Why we still don't know who planted pipe bombs before the Capitol Riot

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Surveillance footage shows the suspect who planted two pipe bombs outside the DNC and RNC headquarters the night before the Capitol riot.
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During the Capitol riot, bombs were found outside DNC and RNC headquarters in Washington, DC.
Feds have identified more than 600 accused insurrectionists, but not the bomb suspect.
A former FBI agent, a terrorism expert, and online sleuths told Insider why they think the bomber's identity remains a mystery.
In more than ten months since a mob of Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol to try and stop Congress from validating Joe Biden's 2020...
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