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US News USA: More than 300 indictments after the Capitol Assault

01:19  27 february  2021
01:19  27 february  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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USA-TRUMP-CAPITOLE-ARRESTS: USA: More than 300 indictments after the Capitol Assault

USA: PLUS DE 300 INCULPATIONS APRÈS L'ASSAUT DU CAPITOLE © Reuters / Tom Brenner USA: OVER 300 CHARGES AFTER L 'ASSAULT OF CAPITOL

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The US Department of Justice has indicted more than 300 people who participated in the assault on Capitol Hill by supporters of former President Donald Trump on January 6, including at least 280 were arrested, a ministry official said on Friday.

"The investigation is advancing at unprecedented speed, and with good reason," said Acting Deputy Attorney General John Carlin. "Those responsible for this attack must be held to account."

The FBI announced Friday that it had tightened security measures around the Capitol before the State of the Union address that President Joe Biden is preparing to deliver, for fear of an attack.

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