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Ex-DC police chief blames lack of communication for the Capitol Hill riot
The ex-Capitol police chief is blaming a lack of communication for what happened during the January 6th Capitol riot.
Chief Steven Sund testified before the Senate on Tuesday about the details of the riot. According to Sund, an FBI report issued a day before the riots never made it to his office.
The report warned about calls for violence at the Capitol while Congress certified the 2020 electoral college votes.
“I actually just in the last 24 hours was informed by the department that we actually had received that report,” Sund said. “It did not go any further than that.”
Based on the information in the report, the FBI, NYPD, and the Capitol Police had knowledge of the attack before it happened. But the response to the attack implied that no one within the intelligence community or Capitol Police were prepared for what happened.
Who else knew what was going to happen but didn’t say anything?
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“If you help one person and another person helps another, that will help a lot,” said Melendez. “There’s probably 35% of the restaurants that keep struggling a lot here.”
Local restaurant owners said they were thankful for Melendez’s help and that sticking together is the only way to make it through the pandemic.
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