U.S. Capitol Police
Maryland man Uliyahu Hayah was arrested and charged for his alleged role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riots in what may be the first non-white person being held accountable for the violent insurrection that left five people dead.
U.S. Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn testified before the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack that racist rioters called him the N-word in violence that has had a lasting effect on him mentally.
Capitol Police Capt. Carneysha Mendoza's harrowing testimony recalling the horrors she experienced during the insurrection and attempted coup at the U.S. Capitol seemed to resonate heavily.
Capitol Police Capt. Carneysha Mendoza was among the members of law enforcement testifying before the Senate about the response to the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Read her full testimony here.
U.S. Capitol Police are investigating a total of 35 police officers regarding their actions, or inactions, on Jan. 6.
Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for his heroics during the attempted coup at the Capitol on Jan. 6
Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley said she "realized our 'safe room' from the violent white supremacist mob included treasonous, white supremacist, anti masker Members of Congress who incited the mob in the first place."
An investigation into the U.S. Capitol Police's suspected involvement with the domestic terrorists who illegally stormed the Capitol has drawn attention to how white supremacists have infiltrated law enforcement and the American military.
The self-restraint shown by Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman with the mob storming the U.S. Capitol is rarely used when there are Black suspects.
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