Parliamentary police recommend disciplinary action against six police officers on January 6.Riot


Saturday Parliament Police Recommended disciplinary action For six officers over their alleged role in the January 6 riots.

Important reason: Presentation Follow internal review Involved in the actions of police officers during the Parliamentary riots, six police officers were paid off and 29 were under investigation for their actions during the attack.

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What they found: The report found six violations. One is because they did not obey the directive. One for improper remarks; one for improper distribution of information.

What they are saying: “Six persistent cases should not diminish the heroic efforts of US Capitol police officers. “

caution: Parliamentary riots were hinted at early Saturday, the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attack.

  • George W. Bush, President of 2001, Lecture at the commemorative ceremony of Flight 93 In Shanksville, Pennsylvania, he warned of his country’s violent extremists, who, like hijackers, are determined to “stain the national symbol.”

  • Former President’s remarks Come a week ago A rally on September 18 was planned, led by former Trump campaign official Matt Brainard, to assist those arrested for attacking the Capitol.

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with new details throughout.

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