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Politics Retired Army general: 'We can't have demonstrators showing up at a state Capitol with damn long guns'

23:31  17 january  2021
23:31  17 january  2021 Source:   thehill.com

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The retired Army general tapped to lead a review of the Jan. 6 attack on the U . S . Capitol said Sunday that rules need to change so protesters can ' t carry long guns to state capitol buildings. “ We can ' t have demonstrators showing up at a state capitol with damn long guns ,” Retired Lt.

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The retired Army general tapped to lead a review of the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol said Sunday that rules need to change so protesters can't carry long guns to state Capitols.

Retired Army general: 'We can't have demonstrators showing up at a state Capitol with damn long guns' © Greg Nash Retired Army general: 'We can't have demonstrators showing up at a state Capitol with damn long guns'

"We can't have demonstrators showing up at a state Capitol with damn long guns," Retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré said. "Your First Amendment right don't give you the right to carry long guns to a demonstration, and that is confusing the hell out of police and intimidating people. Remember, one of the objectives of a terrorist is to intimidate, if not to cause violent harm."

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Though the capitol was closed to the public and main entrance fenced off, a large group of patriots descended on the building to try and make their way in to participate in the legislative process. They were met by riot squads from the Oregon State Police and Salem Police Department.

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) tapped Honoré on Friday to lead a review of the deadly Capitol riot that will focus on "security infrastructure, interagency processes and procedures, and command and control."

Honoré also said authorities must work to identify "people with terrorist intent" before they arrive at a state Capitol or the U.S. Capitol. Officials have beefed up security in Washington, D.C., and across the country as the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) warn about demonstrations surrounding President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration this week.

"The definition of terrorism is people who use violence and intimidation to achieve a political or religious objective," said Honoré while appearing on "The Sunday Show" with Jonathan Capehart on MSNBC.

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"We've always worked those tests in the Army I was in, in foreign countries. Now we have to look into it, and that's going to cause some hard work by the Congress and the DOJ to make sure that we're actively working those people with terrorist intent before they show up at the Capitol."

Honoré is best known for serving as commander of Joint Task Force Katrina, which coordinated relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

There have been multiple investigations launched into how a pro-Trump mob was able to gain access to the U.S. Capitol and pause the counting of Electoral College votes by Congress. At least five people died as a result.

The sergeants-at-arms for both the House and Senate, Paul Irving and Michael Stenger, have either resigned or been forced out since the Capitol attack. Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund resigned quickly after the breach.

Capitol mob members could face more serious charges, prison time, as investigation unfolds .
With nearly 100 arrests and more charges, prosecutors are building a sprawling investigation from the Capitol riot last week.Nearly 100 people have been arrested so far for their roles in the attack carried out by thousands of President Donald Trump’s supporters or in unrest surrounding the Capitol that day. Many currently face lesser charges such as unlawful entry, disorderly conduct and defacing public property. Only a few have been accused of more serious crimes such as felony violations of the Riot Act.

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