Weekend Reads Attack on the Capitol: The attackers will be prosecuted, promises the future American Minister of Justice
AP source: Police suggest keeping Capitol fence for months
WASHINGTON — U.S. Capitol Police officials told congressional leaders the razor-wire topped fencing around the Capitol should remain in place for several more months as law enforcement continues to track threats against lawmakers, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press on Thursday. The police officials suggested that the fence remain in place until September, in part because investigators are tracking continuing threats against lawmakers and the Capitol complex, the person said.
Nearly 230 people have already been prosecuted for the attack on the Capitol, in Washington, on January 6VIOLENCE - Nearly 230 people have already been prosecuted for the attack on the Capitol in Washington on January 6
Merrick Garland, American judge recently appointedby , has undertaken to prosecute supporters of Donald Trump on January 6. He also pledged to guarantee the "independence" of his ministry.
"I will lead the legal proceedings against the white supremacists and the other people who stormed the Capitol on January 6," Merrick Garland assured in a speech to the USFight against judicial inequalities
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The 68-year-old judgePresident of the Washington Court of Appeals, Merrick Garland was chosen by Barack Obama five years ago to enter the the judicial inequalities United States
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