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Watchdog Says Capitol Police Deficient at Monitoring Threats

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00:50 sec | 1 year ago

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

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03:43 min | 2 years ago

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"20 D C. Metro area medical centers. You probably have seen the video of that D C police officer screaming as he's pinned in a doorway during the capital. Riot investigators are now releasing a photo of the suspect who is accused of assaulting that officer Daniel Hajis. The officer's name is Daniel Hodges and using a clear police shield to pin the officer to the doorway. We have the photo of that man. Police are looking for w t o p dot com. Capitol Police were warned of the January 6th attack three days earlier. The Washington Post has found an internal Capitol Police intelligence report that said Congress itself was the target. Most everything That 12 Page memo warned about came true, including how President Trump's supporters saw that day as the last chance to overturn the election results. Washington Post political investigative reporter Carol Lin IQ broke the story and joined wt Opie's Dmitri Sodas with more days before the January sticks storming of the capital by a violent mob and 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. Organizers 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 plans. 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 report it 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 on 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 a 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 political investigative reporter Carolyn IQ. Hi, I'm mid day anchor Deborah Feinstein. I love bringing.

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04:53 min | 2 years ago

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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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02:42 min | 2 years ago

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"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 plans. 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 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, that's Washington Post reporter Carol Lin Egg talking with our Dimitri sodas. Long time. Maryland State Senate President Mike Miller has died at the age of 78 after a battle with cancer. He'd served in the Senate for more than 45 years and retired just weeks before the start of this current legislative session. He was a larger than life presence in the State House. His power was on display when the Senate was in session, and it was on display in very profound ways. Behind the scenes. That's Bruce to point with. Maryland matters. Governor Larry Hogan says Maryland flags will fly at half staff in honor of Miller Coming up on w t. O P. A Capitol police officer explains Why, during the riot he was seen wearing a make America great again. Hat. It's 7 44. University.

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04:55 min | 2 years ago

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"So is our made that announcement and now we've learned that a czar is resigning. This is effective on Inauguration Day. But his resignation letter actually is dated January 12th, and he does cite the recent violence at the capital for the reason that he is resigning so again health and humans Services Secretary Alex Cesar resigning, but it was just hours ago, he told Lester Holt over at NBC News that the United States does not have a reserve stockpile of covert 19 vaccine. New tonight is well. Capitol Police were warned of the January 6th attack three days early. The Washington Post has found an internal Capitol Police intelligence report that said Congress itself was the target. Most everything. The 12 page memo warned about came true, including our President. Trump's supporters saw that day is the last chance to overturn the election results. Washington Post Political investigative reporter Carol Lanig broke the story and joined us earlier to talk about it before the January 6 storming of the capital by Violent mob and 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 vests. 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 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. I 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. There 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. Washington Post Political investigative reporter Carolyn Ink Capitol Police spokesperson declined to comment tonight on the report. Sports at 15 and 45. Powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red Check in with Dave Press two capitals facing Buffalo for the second straight night to be tree, and when you're tied late, you look to Tom Wilson how they carried it right side. Yeah. Go on, leaving it. Wilson scores. Tom Wilson got it left for my Backstrom and he'll shoot high to give Washington a 2 to 1 lead here in the third period. John Walton on 1500 caps win 21 Wilson and Jacob Rana lighting the lamp while rookie V Tech Vantage check records. 31 saves in his NHL debut NBA The wizard season is on hold Sunday at Monday's games with Cleveland have been postponed nine players Or in the league's health and safety Protocol. Six have tested positive for covert 19. Those six testing positive will be out 10 to 14 days. Major League Baseball Nationals Avoid arbitration with trade Turner, Juan Soto and Josh Bell, each agreeing to one year contracts with the team. Men's college hoops. Maryland Rips Division to Wingate 158 Dave thrusting wtlv Sports. You're full weekend forecast on the way.

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03:02 min | 2 years ago

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"The U. S. Capitol. There was an internal Capitol Police intelligence report and it warned of a violent scenario. In which Congress itself could be the target of angry supporters of President Trump on January 6th joining us live Now the journalist who broke this story tonight, a Washington Post political investigative reporter Carol Lin IQ, Carol, Can you detail more about what this memo said? What this so report said, is a warning. I'd be happy to or rather Dimitri. I should say I'm depressed to share it three days before the January sticks storming of the capital by a violent mob and 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. Organizers 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 secure security plans. It. 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 ah, fortune telling report it always. So why didn't they listen to it? Why wasn't it heated? Well, it's funny that 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 the 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 as a result of this report. My sources tell me 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 out to 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..

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