Capitol Police issues formal apology for failures during deadly riot at Capitol

Acting Chief Yogananda Pittman testified before Congress that police knew militia groups and white supremacists would be there and that there was a strong potential for violence.
0:24 | 01/27/21

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Tonight a formal apology from the capitol police for failures during that deadly riots at the capitol acting chief you can on the Pittman testifying before congress that police knew. The militia groups that white supremacists would be there and that there was strong potential for violence she also says National Guard troops were requested true days before the riots. But at the request was rejected by their supervising board. One member of that board to nine claimed by.

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