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Bloomberg Radio New York
"capitol police force" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Orlando community is reeling after multiple shootings claiming the life of a 9 year old child, a young woman and a TV station news employee who was on the scene covering the earlier shooting. Two more victims are in critical condition. The Orange County sheriff's department says the suspect in all three shootings 19 year old Keith Melvin Moses is in custody. Sheriff John Mina. When deputies located him and arrested him, he was armed with a handgun which we believe will link him to these cases as well. Sheriff Mina says Moses has a lengthy criminal history that includes aggravated battery, assault with a deadly weapon and gun charges. The Republican led statehouse in Jackson Mississippi has passed the law that creates a form of a new court system of unelected judges and prosecutors. They would have jurisdiction over the predominantly white part of Jackson and expand the capitol police force. The reach of the new court system would exclude the predominant African American community of Jackson. Democratic state House minority leader Robert Johnson is fighting the law. This looks does look like Jim Crow like post reconstruction. This looks like everything that some of us who are old enough remember growing up through the civil rights movement, the things that we fall to to reverse. The state Senate still has to pass the law before the governor can sign it. NTSB inspectors will release its preliminary report on the toxic train derailment today, almost 40 railcars ran off the tracks two weeks ago in east Palestinian Ohio. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr, and this is Bloomberg. When news breaks across the globe radio is there. From Asia. Now let's get to the latest developments on the China balloon incident. To Europe, businesses plan to cut hiring as the
"capitol police force" Discussed on WTOP
"Thank you, Dave. Now to the top stories we're following for you on WTO. A San Francisco judge orders the man accused of breaking into House speaker Nancy Pelosi's home, beating her husband and seeking to kidnap her be held without bail. A lawyer for David to pap entered and not guilty plea on his behalf. The head of the capitol police force says the attack on speaker Pelosi's husband is an alarming reminder of the threats to elected officials, and he's calling for more funding to help protect members of Congress. The U.S. attorney for D.C. is planning to drop dozens of felony drug and gun cases. The cases involve D.C. police officers who were accused of breaking the law while serving in a special violent crime squad. Stay with double DT op for more on these stories and just minutes Police in Houston are searching for witnesses and video that can identify who opened fire outside a Houston bowling alley this morning, killing a Grammy nominated rap artist. Police chief Troy finner says the call came in just after two 30 in the morning. Once officers arrived, they came up on a male who was deceased. That male has been identified as curse Nick ball better known as take off. The 28 year old is best known for his work with the Grammy nominated trio Migos. Houston police say the shooting happened during an argument among people, leaving a private party at the bowling alley. Two other people hit by gunfire are expected to survive. Coming up in money news. The Dow lost 80 points today, unhappy pilots. I'm Jeff Gable. It is 5 48. Traffic
"capitol police force" Discussed on WTOP
"Now we have the top stories we're following on WTO today, former president Trump got a temporary stay from the U.S. Supreme Court today, so for now, his tax returns are not headed to the House ways and means committee. Chief justice Roberts granting the pause, so the court can better wait the legal issues in Trump's emergency appeal. Lawmaker safety is front and center in Congress these days, and as well as with the capitol police force, the close look is following an era of threats against lawmakers, and of course it's coming following the attack on House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband. The suspect in that case was allegedly out for the speaker. Starting today metro transit police will be giving out tickets with fines to anyone who jumps fares, metro says fair evasion is responsible for significant revenue losses. Keep it here on WTO, we'll bring you more on these stories in the minutes ahead. Parents of students who were killed in the 2018 Parkland Florida school shooting shared emotional testimony today at a hearing for a convicted gunman Nicholas Cruz, and they did not spare their animus toward the shooter, neither did the wife of school coach, Chris hickson. After today, I don't care what happens to you, you'll be sent to jail, you'll begin your punishment, you'll be a number, and for me, you will cease to exist. Deborah hicks in just one of those who spoke. It was the first time they were able to directly address cruise in almost 5 years, 17 people were slaughtered at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school, that school is in the suburbs of Miami. Still, the common money news. Heading toward the final two hours of trading with the Dow down 83 points, slowing home sales are hurting a Winchester company. I'm Jeff label. One 48. Traffic and weather on the 8s back to Rita and the traffic center. Well, if you're in Maryland watch for the delays on eastbound 51st as your approaching the beltway that was where we had a report of a crash, then you're going to find the delay headed on to the eastbound span of the bay bridge, the left lane of two is blocked with the work possibly a mobile work crew going on there. Follow the overhead lane signal so just one lane eastbound across the bridge, all three lanes should be open in the westbound direction. You're also going to find on the beltway. Outer loop slows before the American legion bridge headed to Georgetown pike, inner loop, slows in the toll road, headed toward Georgetown pike, the work taking the left lane in both directions. On two 70, it is northbound two 70, probably closer to father Hurley boulevard at this point, was a mobile work crew taking the left side of the roadway. Also in Virginia, Georgetown pike still sing the delays in both directions between Lee mill wrote an old dominion drive you were under police direction for the crash, not sure if they're alternating you through there, seeing a delay on the George Washington Parkway in the southbound direction headed past one 23, and in the northbound direction, trying to head toward the CIA, so keep an eye out for any work in both directions on Georgetown pike, eastbound 66 slows from that lead to the beltway. The westbound delay is after nutley street headed toward route 50, that should be worth taking a lane. Northbound three 95 delays from Springfield toward two 36 with the work in the right lane. South bounce those from seminary to duke street, so watch for the activity there. Join GDIT to grow your career bond beyond your imagination and government defense health and intelligence. Evolve your world apply now at GDIT dot com slash careers. I'm Rita Kessler, WTO P traffic. Storm team four is chuck bell with our forecast. October is over and November is underway. We finished up the month of October almost 3° colder than average at national airport. That was our coldest October since 2003. So we've earned a little bit of a warmup and we have one in store for the first full week of November temperatures are going to be well above the averages. An average high now is 64. Today's forecast with the return of the sunshine, 72. Clear and cool tonight, temperatures down near 50 by tomorrow morning. Tomorrow, sunny to start, cloudy to finish, but no rain tomorrow heist still near 70°, a little bit cooler with a high of 68 on Thursday, but then a warming trend begins for Friday and the weekend near 70 on Friday afternoon and likely to be in the mid 70s this weekend. I'm storm team four, meteorologist chuck bell for WTO. Blue skies, sunshine, a lot of white puffy clouds out 71 in Annapolis, 72 in Leesburg and were at 70 in northwest Washington. 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AP News Radio
Capitol Police officer charged with obstruction in January 6 Capitol riot
"U. S. capitol police officer has been indicted on charges stemming from the January six insurrection Michael A. Riley faces obstruction of justice charges for allegedly helping to hide evidence of a rider's involvement prosecutors accused the officer of tipping off someone who participated in the riot by telling them to remove posts from Facebook that had shown the person inside the capitol during the January sixth attack prosecutors say Riley sent the person the message telling them he was an officer with the capitol police force to quote agrees with your political stance Riley was working January six and responded to a report of a pipe bomb he's been a capitol police officer for about twenty five years Ben
"capitol police force" Discussed on WTOP
"A controversial rally in support of the hundreds of accused January six rioters currently under arrest is speaking up about the events. I have no concerns about safety. There's not going to be any violent. Matt Brainard, an ex Trump aide, was asked by w T o P. There's a chance to rally could be called off over the threat of potential violence. This rally is happening if I have to stand out there myself so at no point you you're going to go ahead with no point Will I cancel this rally? This is happening. Even if I'm there by myself with a megaphone. We will not be intimidated from expressing our First Amendment rights at the Capitol building that belongs to us that was built by our forefathers. We will not be deterred, Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin tells MSNBC. The Capitol police are prepared this time. Of course, the Capitol police force will be ready Backup forces will be ready and Congress isn't there. And there's no particular proceeding that they could be disrupting. Capitol Police are reportedly considering a plan to reinstall fencing around the Capitol complex in advance of the rally. Now the House Select Committee investigating the capital Riot is now starting to get documents from telecommunication and social media companies. After requesting records of several people in connection to their probe. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and several of his fellow Republican members have cried foul over the request. An official at one of the companies that received a request from the committee told CNN that McCarthy's warning last week was interpreted as a shot across the bow. But a spokesperson for the select panel said in a statement tonight that with several hours ago before today's deadline, the committee has received thousands of pages of documents in response to our first set of requests and or investigative team is actively engaged to keep that flow of information going. It's 11 36. This is health with a heart Sponsored by glands best A healthy heart is particularly important for women. Here's CBS News is Dr Tara Narula. The recommendation by the American Heart Association's to start having your blood pressure and your cholesterol checked as early as age.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"capitol police force" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The wall to say that we're better than this. We're better than this America. We have to have a more Jess. America, a better America. Several other rallies and demonstrations are being held across the country to mark the anniversary tomorrow. President Biden will meet with Floyd's family tomorrow at the White House cease fire between Israel and Gaza held for a third day Sunday, Mark MEREDITH reports on the Biden administration's response. This week. The president give me sending his secretary of state, Antony Blinken, out to the Middle East to meet with both Israeli and Palestinian officials. This all comes as the administration is trying to help keep this fragile ceasefire still in place. We know that the administration has doubled down on his message of support for Israel, especially its right to defend itself, But we're also hearing from administration officials that are promising provide humanitarian aid. To those living in war torn Gaza. President Biden insists the U. S. Remains committed to Israel after a small but notable number of progressives called on the U. S. To rethink military and financial support for the current Israeli government. The fighting has killed at least 230 Palestinians. Meanwhile, about 12 people in Israel have been killed by the Rockets coming in from Gaza Debates over the January 6th riot and securing the capital moved to the Senate. Republican leaders have lined up against legislation to create an independent commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the capital. 35. House Republicans helped advance the measure last week. But Republicans in the Senate are moving away from the proposal, raising questions about partisanship and duplicity with other investigations without support of at least 10. Senate Republicans to commission legislation will die. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has also signaled quick action on a nearly $2 billion bill to enhance funding for U. S. Capitol police and other security provisions that a single house Republicans supported that measure. Several Democrats also opposed it. That's Jared Halpern reporting from Washington. The National Guard, meanwhile, is on the way out of the U. S Capitol After January, 6th many different states contributed thousands of troops over intelligence. There could be a repeat of the riot at its peak, 26,000 troops were standing watch. March 5000. And then the number went down even more. Their 10 year wasn't without controversy, especially about how they were sheltered or fed. Congress has divided on how to protect the capital and the long term. The ludie think the less security capital will would be because we have to harden the capital, Lieutenant General Russel Honore, on CBS's face. The Nation believes that people won't be freely able to visit the capital still Because of a strain on the existing U. S. Capitol Police force. The auto club says the average price of a gallon of self serve regular gas in San Diego County rose 2/10 of a cent today to $4.16 nationwide. The average U. S price of gas jumped eight cents during that has two weeks to $3.10 a gallon, the highest in the country, $4.23 a gallon in the San Francisco Bay area. The weekend scored big at the 2021. Billboard Music Awards. 10 wins in categories like top artist Top male artist Top Hot 100 Song for blinding Lights and top R and B album for after hours. Thank my parents, Sam. Ron. Wally. I love you.
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Watchdog Says Capitol Police Deficient at Monitoring Threats
"Just out now that shows us the U. S. Capitol Police department's internal watchdog showing highlighting some very serious deficiencies. Bill Alexander has that story. The Capitol police force was hurt by inadequate intelligence gathering ahead of the January 6th seed at the U. S Capitol. That's according to a new review by the department's internal watchdog. Capitol Police Inspector General Michael Bolton says the police Department has had problems because of the increase in threats against lawmakers over the last five years, Testifying before a House committee Monday Bolted, recommended that the force hire more agents who are dedicated to assessing threats. The Capitol police sports that Friday that there has been a 107% increase and threats against members of Congress this year compared to 2020. Bill
WTOP 24 Hour News
Capitol Police union urging Congress to increase security after attack
"Attack that killed a Capitol police officer and injured another. The union that represents Capitol police officers is appealing to Congress to further ramp up security immediately. The head of the union's Labor Committee says they're approaching a crisis in morale and force numbers, NBC four reports. The U. S Capitol Police Force is currently several 100 officers below its authorized force level on Friday. Suspect Noah Green, allegedly ram to Capitol police officers. Killing Officer William Evans. Jason Laforest, a good friend of Officer Evans remembered him two news for he was so proud to be, you know, on that force and to, you know, serve and protect our lawmakers in our country In a bit of good news, the officer injured in Friday's attack. Kenny Shaver was released from the hospital yesterday afternoon, the union leader says after 80 Capitol police officers were seriously hurt during the January 6th insurrection. He's asking for hundreds of new officers to be hired and For those on the force already to be retrained. Bruce
WTOP 24 Hour News
Washington, DC's Capitol Police Union Appeals to Congress to Ramp Up Security
"Friday's attack that killed a Capitol police officer and injured another. The union that represents Capitol police officers is appealing to Congress to further ramp up security immediately. The head of the union's Labor Committee says they're approaching a crisis in morale and force numbers. NBC four reports. The U. S Capitol Police Force is currently several 100. Officers below its authorized force level. On Friday suspect Noah Green allegedly ram to Capitol police officers killing Officer William Evans.
WBZ Morning News
U.S. Capitol Police Officer William ‘Billy’ Evans killed in the line of duty
"Who died during an attack of the security barricade has been identified as Billy Evans, a native of North Adams, Massachusetts, was been on the Capitol Police force for 18 years. Haven't died after authorities say a man hit him with his car. Second officer remains hospitalized. The attacker 25 year old Noah Green, died after being shot by other officers. Evans is the fourth officer to die since the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. This
Congressional recognition introduced for Capitol Police, Washington DC police
"Pelosi wants to award the congressional gold medal to each Capitol Police officer who defended the capital on January. 6th is the highest civilian honor Congress can give Officer Brian Sick. Nick was killed and 140 others wounded. Lucy called them Martyrs for democracy. Said the Capitol police force that day brings honor to our democracy. They're accepting this reward brings luster to this medal. We must always remember their sacrifice and stay vigilant against what I've said before about what Abraham Lincoln said. The silent artillery of time we will never forget. Plus, he says the D. C Metropolitan Police Department will also get a gold medal and one will be put on display at the Smithsonian.
WTOP 24 Hour News
Capitol Police to hold no confidence vote in leadership
"The executive board of the Capitol Police Union is calling for a no confidence vote in the senior leadership. More than a month after the deadly assault on the Capitol, the union's board points what it calls the enormity of the multiple leadership failures. Leading up to the attack, and the department's response in the police department is reacting this afternoon. It says Acting chief Yogi Ananda Pittman and her team are taking quick action to improve intelligence and operational communications with all with all officers also says the entire Capitol police force continues to work diligently to see what happened on January 6th never happens
WTOP 24 Hour News
Acting US Capitol police chief speaks out about Capitol attacks in Washington, D.C.
"Today marks one month since the right of the U. S capitol, and we're hearing from the leader of the Capitol Police Force. For the first time our healing has barely begun. Think. U. S Capitol police chief Yoga Nana Pittman took to YouTube the offer her first public comments about the January 6th riots. She calls what happened that day an insurrection and says Since then the focus has been on the officers who were attacked. They were engaged and hand to hand combat. Assaulted with chemical irritants and Tasers. Acting chief Pittman says many officers are still struggling from a mental health perspective. We will get through this together, she says. An internal review is already underway. We will be making significant changes.
WTOP 24 Hour News
Capitol Police Chief Pittman Vows 'Significant' Changes After Riot
"We're hearing from the leader of the Capitol Police Force. For the first time Our healing has barely begun. Acting U. S. Capitol police chief Yoga Nana Pittman took to YouTube the offer her first public comments about the January 6th riots. She calls what happened that day. On insurrection and says. Since then, the focus has been on the officers who were attacked. They were engaged and hand to hand combat. Assaulted with chemical irritants and Tasers. Acting chief Pittman says many officers are still struggling from a mental health perspective. We will get through this together, she says. An internal review is already underway. We will be making significant changes.
"capitol police force" Discussed on WTOP
"S Capitol and we're hearing from the leader of the Capitol Police force are healing has barely begun. Acting U. S. Capitol police chief Yoga Nana Pittman took to YouTube to offer her first public comments about the January 6th riots. She calls what happened that day an insurrection and says. Since then the focus has been on the officers who were attacked. They were engaged and hand to hand combat. Assaulted with chemical air tents and Tasers. Acting chief Pittman says many officers are still struggling from a mental health perspective. We will get through this together, she says. An internal review is already underway. We will be making significant changes. John Doman w T O P News We've learned the cause behind that mysterious explosion in Beltsville. Yesterday units arrived on the scene They found smoke showing from the front of the building. That building was a warehouse, the recycles construction Material in the explosion happened when a pressurized gas tank that employees didn't realize was among the material blew up as it entered the recycling shredder. Prince George's county Fire Battalion chief, Daniel Frost says the building was evacuated. Fire was extinguished. There was no injuries reported fire investigators were on the scene to determine the preliminary caused the accident. The building in Beltsville is near the intersection of Edmonston Road and Old Baltimore Pike. The explosion rattled homes and was clearly heard from miles around Nikolai Nelly. W T o P News coming up after traffic and weather. Yes, it is tough to get a vaccination appointment. We'll look at the process in Maryland. It's 306 for the ones finding new ways to ensure the job always gets done for the ones wearing many hats. For.
"capitol police force" Discussed on WTOP
"Have much more in the forecast coming up in traffic and weather on the eights. Right now. It's 704 and today marks one month since the capital riot we're hearing from the leader of the Capitol Police force are healing has barely begun. Acting U. S. Capitol police chief Yoga Nana Pittman took to YouTube the offer her first public comments about the January 6th riots. She calls what happened that day an insurrection and says. Since then the focus has been on the officers who were attacked. They were engaged and handsome. Hand combat Assaulted with chemical irritants and Tasers. Acting chief Pittman says many officers are still struggling from a mental health perspective. We will get through this together, she says. An internal review is already underway. We will be making significant changes. John Doman w T. O P. News there could be a permanent memorial coming for Brian's sick Nick, the Capitol police officer who died after being assaulted in the riot. Virginia Congressman Don Beyer says he's leading a request to the architect of the Capitol for a memorial tree on the grounds. He says sick, Nick had a passion for the outdoors that led him to join the mountain bike unit with the Capitol police. He says it would be fitting to honor him in that way. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's billion dollar coronavirus relief package. It's passed in the state Senate get them really, really big state Senate President Bill Ferguson patting himself and lawmakers on the back for voting in favor of Hogan's Relief Act of 2021. It includes direct payments to certain low to moderate income residents who qualify for the earned income tax credit on their taxes. Payments range up to $450 per person,.
"capitol police force" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Tours W Vape comma cumulus station. A fallen officer gets a rare honor. I'm Jack Hello and Fox News. The remains of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sick, Nick lie in honor under the Capitol Rotunda this morning carried there silently and solemnly by Capitol Police Honor guard last evening, the president the first lady and members of Congress and his Capitol police colleagues filing through to pay their last respects. Officer Sick. Nick died from injuries suffered during the January 6th capital Riot is only the fifth private citizen to be honored in this way, and we'll be buried later today at Arlington National Cemetery about that unrest and admission. The Capitol Police force is still answering numerous questions and criticisms about the failures to secure the capital before and during the riots. The acting Capitol police chief Has now acknowledged that the department knew days in advance that militia groups posed a threat to the electoral college count, but still did not call in the national Guard ahead of time. Alexis Trace Gallagher. The Senate ready to move ahead with impeachment trial for former president Trump next week, both sides filing legal briefs yesterday. House impeachment managers say rioters couldn't have stormed the capital without former president Trump quote, creating a powder cane. Striking a match. The president's defenders say. Mr Trump encouraged his supporters to March quote, but managers say the president's other language wasn't Scindia. The former president's attorneys contend the trial is moved because Mr Trump now holds no public office blocks of Chad program with the Capitol report. Senate majority leader Schumer would consider legislation to censure the former president if he is not convicted by the Senate. Two FBI agents are dead, three others injured in a shootout him Sunrise, Florida Special agents Daniel.
"capitol police force" Discussed on WTOP
"Dimitri Sodas for the top local stories. We're following this hour. You are listening to a completely silent Capitol rotunda tonight, a very solemn scene. Members of the U. S. Capitol Police force pay their respects to the late Brian Sick, Nick, the officer who was killed nearly one month ago at the Capitol Riot. Relatively small wooden box contains his cremated remains, and next to that is a folded American flag in a wooden frame. Some of the most powerful people in the world, including the leaders of the House and Senate, and the president and first lady have already paid their respects. And now we have a number of Capitol police officers, some stopping to touch the wooden box, other standing at some distance, others standing at some distance. And just issuing a simple salute before walking away. Sick. Nick will lie in honor tonight and overnight. There will be a ceremony tomorrow as well. We'll continue to follow the latest from the Capitol Rotunda. Tonight. Some local students are back in class, while others are getting ready to return. In the coming weeks. We have team coverage starting in Fairfax County, where the return date foreign person learning has been a moving target is w. T. O P is Dick Uliano reports. The county school board has a new date to consider school Superintendent Scott Bray Brian, citing a downward trend in covert cases and the county's positivity. Rate has proposed to the school board that students return to school buildings next month. It is our desire to return all of our students to in person learning by March 16th for at least two days a week break brands. His vaccinations are progressing for teachers and staff and school principals agree to the timeline. The proposal drew some early support from school members, including Carl Fresh, I'll start by saying I'm generally supportive of the timeline as presented, the school board will vote on the plan until Thursday night. Dick Uliano wt open and it was back to school today for some D C. Kids about 9000 of the city's 52,000 students return to their classrooms. There's a lot of social distancing and nervous parents. Very excited. Captain Bonavia is 1/10 grader here. Columbia Heights Education campus in Northwest. This is her first day back to the classroom in months despite her mother's hesitation until you're amateur. See.
WBZ Afternoon News
Capitol Police officer to lie in honor in US Capitol Rotunda in Washington DC
"The body of the police officer who was killed during the siege of the U. S Capitol earlier this month will lie in honor at the building's iconic rotunda. This coming week Sick sick, died after being hit with a fire extinguisher during the capital riots on the sixth. Congressional leaders say Brian Sick, Nick and other officers helped save lives that day. AP is Jackie Quinn Reports congressional leaders wanted to honor Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick issuing a statement. They're united in grief, gratitude and solemn appreciation for his service and sacrifice. The 42 year old Air National Guard veteran was killed at the hands of the mob that breached the capital, January. 6th trying to disrupt election certification, Congress will hold a ceremonial arrival service for sick Nick's body Tuesday night within Overnight viewing for members of the Capitol Police force that lawmakers will pay tribute Wednesday morning before a departure to Arlington National Cemetery. Where sick Nick will be
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"capitol police force" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That's a forum on Reddit, in which small time investors talk stocks. He had a very good week. I made more money than my, you know, usual two week paycheck pretax. Even a few days ago, users on the message board decided to buy shares of Gamestop, who've had a declining stock price for years. Now, they bought so many Shares that the stock went up a much is 14,300%. That's great for Perry, but not so much for the hedge funds who had already bet big against the video game retailer. They lost billions of dollars. It's a very complicated scenario that's still developing, but many see it as a David versus Goliath situation where the little guy one I guarantee that people will be talking about this for years and years and years to come match your WBZ Boston's news radio. Despite pressure from Republicans to downsize President Biden's covert relief package, Democrats are still pushing for that Bill. $1.9 trillion to be passed A S A P A. B. C's injured TEMPER DEMBER reports from Washington President Biden's call to Congress includes $160 Billion for vaccinations more help for small businesses. And another round of direct payments to most Americans for $1400 after promising unity and a willingness to work with Republicans in Congress, the president now signaling support for Senate Democrats to move ahead on covert relief without GOP support. Many Republican lawmakers expressing concern with the package is nearly $2 trillion price tag. A Cape Cod resident calling on county officials to establish a public forum that questions local law enforcement on their support of former President Donald Trump. WBC's Tim Done, explains God resident Steve Lipman sent a letter to the Barnstable County commissioners that questions whether the public and trust local law enforcement if they supported former President Donald Trump. He calls for the creation of a forum that would question local police officials on their support of the former president, and, if they hold seditious, believes the letter was written in response to the January 6th attacks in the U. S Capitol building. Lippman on whether he feels such a forum would inflict on freedom of speech. Believe in something isn't speech leads to sedition. It is a violation of the liberties that we also enjoy. The letter specifically calls on the police chiefs of all Cape Cod towns Barnstable County, D. A. Michael O'Keefe and Sheriff James Cummings to be the subject of the forum. The commission sent the letter to the Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates. Tim Done WBZ Boston's news radio. The Center for Disease Control, making masks mandatory for travelers in the U. S on public transportation starting Monday, the CDC says anyone coming in or out of the U. S as well will be required to wear face masks while using any means of transport masks will also be required a transportation hubs to prevent Covitz spread. The mandate also calls for drivers, conductors, other transportation workers to wear masks at all times. The federal masked bandit becomes effective. Again February 1st newly appointed Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, extending his gratitude to the National Guard and tells them their country is grateful for their service Correspondent Brian Shook on Friday, Austin made an impromptu stop it the capital and thanked troops for their dedication and service. He added that the Department of Defense has their backs. Thousands of National Guard members have been patrolling Washington D. C. Since violent demonstrators stormed the capital on January 6th. I'm Brian shook Body of the police officer who was killed during the siege of the U. S. Capitol will lie in honor the building's iconic rotunda this coming week Officer Brian Sick. Nick died after he was hit with a fire extinguisher during the capital riots on January. 6. Congressional leaders say sick Nick and other officers helped save lives that day. The a piece Jackie Quinn reports, congressional leaders wanted to honor Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick issuing a state Meant they're united in grief, gratitude and solemn appreciation for his service and sacrifice. The 42 year old Air National Guard veteran was killed at the hands of the mob that breached the capital, January. 6th trying to disrupt election certification. Congress will hold a ceremonial arrival service for sick Nick's body Tuesday night with an overnight viewing for members of the Capitol Police force that lawmakers will pay tribute Wednesday morning before Archer to Arlington National Cemetery, where sick Nick will be in turned Jackie Quinn Washington A man is under arrest following a Carjacking in Boston early this morning near the area of 6 58, Mass off the victims that the suspect, later identified as Jeffrey, half lit of Quincy asked him for a ride to the hospital before hitting him in the head. The victim says they were in fear for his life and got out before the suspect took the car and drove off. Police later chased the suspect until he was forced to stop at a dead end. He appeared to be armed, and that later turned out to be a BB gun has that was arraigned arrested shortly after, and it's set to be arraigned in Roxbury District Court. Massimo Marangi of Maldon facing 10 years in prison. He was arrested yesterday and charged with trying to hire a contract killer to murder his wife, according to the U. S attorney, an individual reported to law enforcement. Marangi had complained about his wife seeking a restraining order against him and asked that individual for help killing his wife. That person Marangi tried to hire was an undercover federal agent. Marangi allegedly gave the Asians a photograph of his wife information on where she worked and $1500 as a deposit. It's 3 51. When we predict the storm is on the way up. We need some scrapers. Probably.
AP News Radio
Officer who died after DC riot to lie in honor in Capitol
"The police officer killed during the siege at the U. S. capitol this month will lie in honor in the building's iconic rotunda this coming week congressional leaders wanted to honor capital police officer Brian sick Nick issuing a statement they are United in grief gratitude and solemn appreciation for his service and sacrifice the forty two year old Air National Guard veteran was killed at the hands of the mob that breach the capital January sixth trying to disrupt elections certification Congress will hold a ceremonial arrival service for sick next body Tuesday night with an overnight viewing for members of the capitol police force that lawmakers will pay tribute Wednesday morning before a departure to Arlington National Cemetery we're sick Nick will be interred Jackie Quinn Washington
AP 24 Hour News
Capitol Police officer to lie in honor in Rotunda
"Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer released a joint statement. The Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick, who died at the hands of the mob that besieged the U. S Capitol, will lie in honor next week in the building's rotunda. Statement reading in part, the heroism of Officer Sick Nick and the Capitol Police force during the violent insurrection against our capital helps save lives, defend the temple of our democracy and ensure that the congress was not diverted from our duties to the constitution.
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"It's 9 42 new, troubling details about the security failure at the Capitol riot. We're learning that the Capitol Police force circulated an internal intelligence report three days before the riot that warned that there could be an attack on Congress. Wt O peace. Dimitry sodas talked about it with Washington Post reporter Carol Lin Egg. She broke the story three days before the January 6 storming of the capital by a violent mob. Intel unit in the Capitol police Sports had completed a 12 page report Their conclusion. Woz. We're warning you. Now that this protest is going to be different than others. It's going to be larger than any of the trump Margo rallies that have been happening this fall. It's going to be more violent Organizer's are asking people to be armed to the teeth to bring things as weird as gas masks. And reinforced bulletproof vest, and the target is not counter protesters or or trump haters or Biden lovers. It is Congress itself, and that warning went out to all the captains and the command staff of the Capitol police. At a time when they were trying to make their security plan. It unfortunately, didn't have his big an impact on the security plans, as the Intel unit might have hoped, because they pretty much predicted exactly what happened. That's what I was going to say. It is theory that this was a fortune telling reported always. So why didn't they listen to it? Why wasn't it heated? It was heated in one way, and it was mitigated in another chief's son, who was the Capitol police chief until resigning in the wake of security failures and the siege. He got this Intel report and he's declined to discuss the details of it with me, but I know from other sources. That he got this report on the third, and that's what made him go to the sergeant at arms in the Senate and the House, his bosses and say, Look, guys, I think I need emergency activation of the National Guard. They turned him down and said that they didn't like the idea of that. They didn't like the optics of the military looming over the capital. They didn't think their leadership their bosses, the Speaker Pelosi or Mitch McConnell, the Senate leader would agree. So they said, No. The other thing that chief's son did is he decided to expand the perimeter dramatically. Usually you have a perimeter around the capital that keeps people away from The building the balconies, the portico. This time they pushed the perimeter out to the First Avenue. They wanted everybody far, far away. Unfortunately, there were a lot of people reading this report who concluded that It would be a little bit worse than others. But not that much worse. Basically, Capitol police had seen protests with militia. They've seen protests with people that were violent, but they thought that would be the minority of this group. That might be little skirmishes. But ultimately it was something they could handle. As long as they kept their eyes kept their watch, and they couldn't have been more wrong. That's Washington Post reporter Carolyn Egg talking with our Dimitri sodas, sports at 15 and 45 brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than a Honda 9 45 toe. Rob would four. All right, Nick. The Capitals were a tad sloppy last night, but they still got the 21 win in Buffalo to open the season with two wins over the sabers. V. Tech Vanna Jack money in his NHL debut with 30 saves Nick Backstrom really solid. I'm so impressed how you handle everything. I mean, he's very calm back there, and it's been in the spirit of minors, couple years. She's got some experience here. I think, but me coming in at this stage, I think both will play way better than us, and they Really attacked him tonight, So I'm looking at the game overall. I mean, I think you want to get worse you no doubt the Capitals now head to Pittsburgh for a new face off tomorrow. The NFL's divisional round playoffs begin today with the Packers and Rams in Green Bay this afternoon, followed by the Baltimore Ravens Primetime affair in Buffalo against the Bills. The Ravens enter tonight's game on a six game win streak, while the favorite bills are on the brink of their first conference championship game in over 30 years, and that's a big reason why bills offensive coordinator Brian Day Bowl is reportedly the Favorite for the vacant L. A Chargers head coaching job. Yesterday, The Atlanta Falcons named Arthur Smith, their new head coach. The former Titans offensive coordinator, is a Georgetown prep grad and began his NFL career with the Washington football team and oh, by the way, his dad is Fred Smith, the minority owner in Washington and the FedEx CEO and speaking of Washington, the football team, said. Toe interview Eric Stokes for the Bacon, GM opening Stokes already in house, He came along with Ron Rivera from Carolina. Full day of local college basketball today. Navy home against American They are said to have a new tip off there. James Madison traveling 2000 for a 2 P.m..
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"Learn more about the warm and difference at warm and home care dot com 5 34 now during the right of the capital, there were heroes in the Capitol Police Force who directed the mob away from lawmakers. But the Growing evidence that some officers actually helped them and that shedding new light on an old problem of us were told there is sympathy for white supremacy in law enforcement. Former FBI agent My German who spent years undercover in extremist groups in the 19 nineties says nothing's changed this. This wasn't just predictable. It was predicted. Many of us have been ringing this long for some time, and he says authorities know exactly what's happening. There are a couple of Leaked reports from the FBI and that in 2006 and again in 2015, and those reports warned there are significant connections between extremists and law enforcement. J. J Green W T O P News You may have seen images of hundreds of National Guard troops sleeping on the hard floors of the U. S. Capitol building, taking a break during their deployment here in D. C. That's led to generosity well, meaning people wanting to donate money and other items to guard members. To help them be more comfortable with guard is telling people not to do that. In a statement, it said. While we appreciate the many offers, we are not logistically able to accept donations of any kind. Many people saw the images and thought that all the guard members were being housed inside the Capitol. That's actually not the case. Guard members have secured rooms and local hotels. Jonathan Fahey is resigning as acting director of immigration and Customs enforcement. It comes just weeks after he assumed that post Fei he's departure is the latest in a string of leadership changes at the Department of Homeland Security last month. Fei He's predecessor, Tony Fam departed and acting Secretary Chad Wolf stepped down earlier this week. A coalition of silver civil rights groups is called for the resignation of U. S. Census Bureau director Stephen Dealing Ham. It's in response to the bureau's watchdog agency reporting that bureau statisticians were being pressured to figure out who is in the U S illegally. The civil rights groups say the effort is being motivated by partisan objectives. Two years ago, President Trump ordered the Census Bureau to use administrative records to figure out who's in the country illegally after the Supreme Court blocked his administration's effort. Put a citizenship question on the 2020 census questionnaire Up ahead on w. T. O P. Hundreds take part in a discussion about redrawing school boundaries, and Prince George's County and Valerie Bonk, I've 37 Sarah, We're getting ready.
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"Seattle ownership today made sure general manager John Schneider isn't going anywhere. The Hawks announced a contract extension, which will keep him around through the 2027 draft. Schneider made some bold moves last season, giving up a pair of first round draft picks in order to get the Jets safety Jamal Adams. You can't That you can preach that you're gonna be a consistent championship caliber football team and not be in something like this and then go for it. Schneider explained that move on Peter King's podcast Football America, Pete Carroll also locked up through 2025. Former Seattle assistant Jacksonville head coach Gus Bradley has been hired as the Raiders defensive coordinator Washington State University Charlie's lead Your Walker is the Pac 12 basketball freshman of the week. 15 minutes away on CO Moh news. 2021 might be the year of Cougar Roundball. And Stevens pass as several ski and snowboard runs or closed temporarily today, including double diamond and Jupiter, all because of avalanche concerns, Sports a 10 and 40. After the hour bills works come on his On the news time 5 11 even after what was an unbelievable 2020 2021 is off to a rough start The hills read. Wilson has been covering the riot, US capital and its aftermath. He spoke with Cuomo's Tom Hudler for everyone who wanted to move on for 2020 Be careful what you wish for. Let's start with events from a week ago tomorrow, January 6th at the U. S Capitol. Where were you? And what was your reaction to what you're hearing was going on? Well, I was at my house, which is about 10 blocks away from the Capitol building. A lot of my colleagues. In the building itself, and it was a pretty shocking day. I'm shocking is putting it mildly to see you know, the citadel of American democracy overrun by rioters on blue ders is just is just horrifying and In talking to members of Congress and in the days after, I mean, some of these stories are horrifying, people were literally calling. There's thousands and saying I love you in case I don't get to say that. Wow. From what we originally saw on TV or heard on the radio. I'm sure as you mentioned among your colleagues, there were more horrific things that came to light in the aftermath of this uprising. What are some of the things Maybe our listeners are not aware of. Well, you know, there were moments of extreme heroism among some members of the Capitol Police Force one member of 11 officer in particular. Intentionally drew the mob away from the U. S Senate chamber while some of the doors were still open that prevented what could have been an absolute catastrophe that would have made an already horrific day. Even worse. On the other hand, this is emblematic of a pretty substantial security failings in what is supposed to be one of the most secure buildings in the world. I got to Washington D. C just a couple of weeks before September 11th and in the intervening 20 years, billions of dollars have been spent to secure this city. The fact that these writers could just overwhelm the police, so seemingly so easily, is a massive failure that people are going to need to investigate. Already, the top security officials on Capitol Hill have all been fired because they were so bad at their jobs and now a huge presence of incoming protection if you will, from national Guard and more With these FBI warnings that came out yesterday, which you're chilling. Yeah, As a matter of fact, I spent some time yesterday talking to state legislative leaders across the country, including Washington State Senator Karen Keiser. There were some protests in Olympia. These state capitals are are preparing for their own round of protests. Next week on the tensions are growing even higher. This is this is a really troubling and scary moment for for the country when so many people feel so calm, walking around with a high powered automatic weapons in the seat of our governments are Reed. Thanks so much Stay safe and we'll talk against him. And that's coming was Tom Hudler. Come back in with the hills read Wilson. And that brings our combo news time juiced about 5 14 time now for a check on camo traffic from the German law Group Traffic Center, and here Is Curtis Calhoun. In downtown Seattle. Sal found 5 90 interchange, getting a report of a new crash. Taking him to the left lane. Stop and go about past 5 20, also in Bremerton, still dealing with a big back up south on Highway three, beginning just before Highway, 30 Ford studio Major Action investigation and it's a coma North and 509 approaching Portland Avenue crashed, walks the right lane Next Come on. TRAV against.
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"The resource is we need Prevent and respond awhile. First. France says wildfires are more frequent, intense and now affect both eastern and western Washington. The state Legislature is now considering the proposal. Law enforcement advocates warn police use of force might become even more deadly if certain forceful tactics are banned. Come most. Corwin hate has more House Bill 10 54 would make certain kinds of police equipment and a number of control and restraint tactics illegal statewide. As we see it, choke holds and neck restraints are way too risky. Trish Sandra pickup is with the Washington Coalition for Police Accountability, and the data shows that they are prominently used on black. Brown people. But James McMahon, with the State Association of Sheriffs and Police chief says the bill removes tactics police use instead of guns, choke holder and neck restraint could be employed to avoid the use of deadly force. The interest of public safety demand that these techniques be available along with choke holds, the bill would ban officers from firing on moving vehicles. It would prohibit police use of tear gas armored vehicles and unleashed canine officers. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news, Washington added another 2214 new cases of covert 19 on Sunday number's expected to remain high and possibly climb higher is the new numbers are released this afternoon, too. Get his commas, Brian Calvert tells us a newly elected sheriff says that he won't be enforcing a mask mandate. On the same day, Idaho's governor touted the status making tons of progress on the covert front. Newly sworn in Kootenai County Sheriff Robert Norris says he and his deputies will ignore the mandate issued by his own health district. He tells Kay Axl why news? I've never enforced any law on somebody who is not doing anything wrong, so to enforce a mask mandate on a healthy person. Kind of goes against the fundamentals of us that Idaho Constitution, the implications could be far reaching for not just northern Idaho. But nearby neighbor Spokane County. Sheriff Norris says those at risk should take precautions on their own, and that it is not law enforcement's job to quote get between you your health and your doctor. Period. Brian Calvert CAMO News Democrats want to keep a security fence around the Capitol building in Olympia as long as there is a threat, but Republicans want that fence removed. Camo skeet Eldridge has the story. Atlanta What happened at the U. S Capitol like governor in Capitol security have no plans to take down the fencing. And the Washington State, Senate and House Democrats have no plans on retreating from their plan to have a virtual session. I wish we were not in the middle of a global pandemic, but we are and we have to follow. The best guidance we have from the experts that we have in this state and so my constituents instead of having to drive 10 hours round trip over a snowy mountain pass, too. You, uh, testify for a minute or two now conducive that from the safety and convenience of their kitchen table Co most Keith Eldridge reporting. Here's how to access the legislative session. Virtually if you want to do that. T V W, the TV channel for the state of Washington is gonna broadcast every meeting as well as floor session and press conference. Remote testimony could be arranged on any bill up to an hour before the committee meeting and zoom meetings can also be scheduled to speak directly with legislators. The T V W website is really the easiest way to see the schedule of everything coming up. To be able to tune in. For all those individual hearings. Couple news time now to 10. It's time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. The Seahawks make a very important offseason move. With other football teams like the Detroit Lions, knocking on the door with authors Seattle ownership Make sure general manager John Schneider is staying around. The Hawks announced a contract extension, keeping Schneider through the 2027 draft. John Schneider last season made some bold moves, giving up a pair of first round draft picks to get the Jets. Jamal Adams. You know what your windows of opportunity look like? You know, we just felt like we should go for it. And you can't sit here and preach that you're gonna be a consistent championship caliber football team and not being something like this and then go for it. Schneider's explanation on the Peter King football Morning in America podcast. Former Seattle assistant and Jacksonville head coach Gus Bradley has been hired as the Las Vegas Raiders defensive coordinator. Free construction accident damaged the Seattle crackers New hockey training facility at Northgate Mall. The club is hopefully will not delay a mid July opening date and Stevens pass resorts as several ski and snowboard runs, including double Diamond and Jupiter are closed today because of avalanche concerns Sport to 10 and 40 after the hour. Else works come on him, even after an unbelievable 2020 2021 for 12 days now has been off to a pretty rough start The hills read. Wilson has been covering the right of the U. S. Capitol and the aftermath. He spoke with Cuomo's Tom Cutler for everyone who wanted to move on for 2020 Be careful what you wish for. Let's start with events from a week ago. Tomorrow, January 6th at the U. S Capitol. Where were you? And what was your reaction to what you're hearing was going on. Well, I was at my house, which is about 10 blocks away from the Capitol Building. A lot of my colleagues were in the building itself, and it was a pretty shocking day I'm stacking is is putting it mildly to see You know, The citadel of American democracy overrun by rioters on blue ders is just is just horrifying. And in talking to members of Congress in the days after, I mean, some of these stories are horrifying. People were literally calling their spouses and saying I love you in case I don't get to say that, Yeah. Wow, from what we originally saw on TV or heard on the radio. I'm sure as you mentioned among your colleagues, there were more horrific things that came to light in the aftermath of this uprising. What are some of the things maybe Our listeners are not aware of. Well, you know, there were moments of extreme heroism among some members of the Capitol Police Force. One member of 11 officer in particular, intentionally drew the mob away from the U. S Senate chamber, while some of the doors were still open that prevented what could have been an absolute catastrophe. That would have made an already horrific day. Even worse. On the other hand, this is emblematic of a pretty substantial security failings in what is supposed to be one of the most secure buildings in the world. I got to Washington D. C just a couple of weeks before September, 11th. And in the intervening 20 years, billions of dollars have been spent to secure this city. The fact that these writers could just overwhelm the police, so seemingly so easily, is a massive failure that people are going to need to investigate. Already, the top security officials on Capitol Hill have all been fired because they were so bad at their jobs and now a huge presence of incoming protection if you will, from national Guard and more With these FBI warnings that came out yesterday. What? You're chilling? Yeah, As a matter of fact, I spent some time yesterday talking to state legislative leaders across the country, including Washington State Senator Karen Keiser. There were some protests in Olympia. These state capitals are are preparing for their own round of protests. Next week on the tensions are growing even higher. This is this is a really troubling and scary moment for the country when so many people feel so calm, walking around with a high powered automatic weapons in the seat of our government's Reed, Thanks so much stay safe, and we'll talk against him. Let's go most. Tom Cutler, speaking with Reid Wilson from the Hill..
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"A national news also an amazing voice. Nancy Lion, Take Dan. Thanks. Carol Well, President Trump will not be attending President elect Joe Biden's inauguration January 20th. He made the announcement in a one line tweet today. Trump did release the video last night. Those saying there would be a smooth transition of power. Well, President elect Joe Biden says it's a good thing. Trump's not showing up for the inauguration. But as for vice president, Mike Pence, Biden says he's more than welcome to come as much as we can stick to what have been Historical precedents of how in the circus center, which administration changes should be maintained? And so if Mike if the vice president is welcome to come, be honored to have him there by and says it's up to Congress whether to impeach President Trump for his role in the attack on the capital. The U. S Capitol Police force, which was overrun during Wednesday's breach, received $516 million for their fiscal 2021 budget. And that has investigators asking some questions. The inability of Capitol police officers to stop the mob from storming the Capitol raises concerns about security at President elect Joe Biden's inauguration in less than two weeks. So the probe is moving quickly. Appropriators responsible for the police budget are focusing on oversight and the police union head says it was a failure to prepare. Not a lack of resource is he blames dysfunction and leaderships. Lack of communication with rank and file officers. Capitol Hill police chief Steven Son has already resigned in Washington. I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg Radio. Richard Barnett, the man photographed inside House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
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"Storming of the capital by some supporters of the president. But now calls are growing for the president to be removed from office. Now, with the House speaker, leading that charge House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, she wants the Cabinet and vice president Pence to invoke the 25th amendment, which calls for the removal of the president, saying he is not fit for office. Even though he only has 13 days left during his term, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says if they don't go Down that road. She endorses impeachment. A second round of impeachment. Now, impeachment by the book can be a lengthy process. But nowhere is it written that you have to have an investigation and then hearings, which could take months. You could just write up a resolution and go directly to the floor and hold an impeachment vote. That's Chad program who is reporting The U. S Capitol police force, says an officer who was hurt when the pro Trump supporters stormed the U. S. Capitol has died. Capitol Police said in a statement that Officer Brian Sick Nick dive late Thursday due to injuries sustained in confronting some of those rioters. Signage joined the Capitol Police Force in 2008. His death is being investigated by D. C. Police. He is the fifth person who died as a result of that riot lawsuit now over a cell phone. It's filed on behalf of a woman who claims San Diego police illegally seized her cell phone during a September protest and still hasn't returned it. Kristina Griffin Jones says police arrested her and seized her phone and other belongings during a protest over the police shooting death of Briana Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky. Griffin Jones was released from custody the following day, but, says S DPD has refused to return her phone. The lawsuit alleges this is a violation of her Fourth Amendment and due process rights. If you take your dogs to Fiesta Island, there's some alarming signs around the island, grabbing the attention of dog owners, but a local group believes it's a nasty prank. The signs posted around the middle of Fiesta Island claimed that a number of dogs have disappeared in recent weeks and some of even been hurt. Signs claim One dog was found covered in glue and another was poisoned. The Fiesta Island dog owners group on Facebook tells KOGO News that the signs have been determined to be a hoax as no evidence has been found to support them. It's still unclear who posted the signs. Joshua Lipton KOGO News. A woman who broke into Johnny Depp's home is in police custody. TMZ says the intruder got into depths Hollywood Hills home Over the weekend, she set off the home security system and police were called. She ran from the property before police arrived. But Officers were able to find her nearby and connected her to another recent burglary. Death was not at home during the attempted burglary. It is unclear if anything was taken from the home. The more than five million seniors in the state are in need of more food and more ways to stay connected. The director of the California Department of Aging Kim McCoy, Wade, says a lot of partnerships are making things happen for seniors, including food, delivery services and ways to remain connected This month. We have tablets rolling out to our senior services. Smart speakers rolling out thanks to both new federal funding and private sector donation partnerships that we're so grateful for.
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"The last night due to injuries that were sustained while he was on duty. The statement says that sick, Nick physically engaged with protesters at the Capitol and then later collapsed after returning to his office. The death is being investigated by the Metropolitan Police Department's homicide branch. Sickening joined the Capitol police in 2008 the consequences for those who are in charge of security. They head of the U. S. Capitol Police force is stepping down. Calls for chief
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"Storming of the Capitol turned deadly when a Capitol police officer shot a woman who was allegedly trying to enter the house chambers where some U. S representatives were still sheltering. Eventually, the rioters began filing out of the Capitol building, some walking past a man who appears to be a police officer who didn't arrest or even stop them. By about 6 P.m. officials declared the Capitol complex secure. This incident has raised sharp questions from both sides of the aisle about what went wrong. How is it that the 2000 member Capitol Police force allowed such a dangerous breach at the heart of the federal government? Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called free, painstaking investigation and said yesterday represented a massive failure of institutions, protocols and planning that are supposed to protect the first branch of our federal government. Representative Kim Ryan, Democrat from Ohio, chairs the subcommittee that funds and oversees the Capitol police. I think it's pretty clear that there's gonna be a number of people who are gonna be without employment very, very soon. Because this is this is in embarrassment, both on behalf of the mob and the president and the insurrection in the attempted to but also the lack of professional planning and dealing with what we knew was going to occur. Former chief of the Capitol Police. Terrance Gainer, spoke to NBC's Today show. Clearly there's failures. There has to be a lot of questions asked and the answers given what is very clear is the police underestimated the violent crowd in the size of it. And they overestimated their ability to control it. But in a statement, the current Capitol police chief Steven Son, defended his quote heroic officers, 15 of whom were hospitalized with injuries, one critically. He said the attack was unlike anything he's experienced and that the department is conducting a thorough review of this incident, security planning and policies and procedures. The widespread.