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9 Jan, 2024 06:05

January 6 tapes released

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Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) will make all surveillance footage of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot available for the public to access online over the next couple months. The tapes will be posted on a public website and contain more than 44,000 hours of security footage taken during the Jan. 6 riot. As information continues to be revealed about the day, mainly through the release of security footage and personal videos, doubt is being cast on whether this protest which began as peaceful was instigated to become violent. Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by political analysts Robert Patillo, Melik Abdul, and Larry Ward, the chair of the Constitutional Rights PAC, on this episode of The 360 View to discuss who was involved in the attack on Capitol Hill and what impact this will have on future protests in the US.

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