Justice Department: Recent Arrests Are “Only The Beginning” Of The Capitol Riot


That was the message delivered by Steven D’Antuono, assistant director in charge of the bureau’s Washington field office, and seconded by acting US Attorney Michael Sherwin, in a press conference Tuesday on investigations into the storming of the US Capitol on January 6. Held six days after the riot that left multiple people dead, interrupted the certification of the 2020 election results, and broke the country’s centuries-long tradition of a peaceful transfer of power, the press conference stood in stark contrast to public comments by President Trump, who on Tuesday visited Texas to tout the importance of his border wall. Officials did not answer all the questions swirling around Wednesday’s riot, deflecting inquiries from reporters about how much the FBI knew ahead of time. But when it came to what they know now and what happens next, the picture they painted was more clear.

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