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Sep 23, 2021 14:49:52   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
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A federal judge has ordered the release of video footage from inside the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6 after Capitol Police unsuccessfully argued to keep it hidden.

According to Buzzfeed News, the footage was ordered released by U.S. District Chief Judge Beryl Howell, who rejected arguments by the Capitol Police and the U.S. Attorney’s Office that releasing the video would somehow compromise building security.

“In the latest case, prosecutors argued that revealing the location and vantage points of more cameras could help ‘bad actors’ trying to plan some future assault on the building,” Buzzfeed’s Zoe Tillman wrote. But Howell “concluded that argument was too speculative, however, and that the public had a strong interest in seeing videos that formed the basis for a recent plea deal.”

“The clips cover a period of about 15 minutes on Jan. 6 — between 2:25 p.m. and 2:40 p.m. — in different locations inside the Capitol,” Tillman reported. “They show rioters streaming through open doors and broken windows at an entrance on the Senate side; crowds of people walking into the Crypt, standing in a large crowd, and eventually dispersing; and, finally, rioters exiting as US Capitol Police officers in riot gear gather at the Senate entrance point to stand guard as a mob that’s outside looks in through the broken windows.”

Tillman reported that the government referenced the videos in a case against a Tennessee man named Eric Torrens who copped a plea deal with prosecutors Aug. 19, agreeing to one count of parading, picketing, or demonstrating illegally inside the Capitol Building itself, which is a misdemeanor. He admitted to prosecutors that he did enter the building and walked around inside.

In court papers, federal prosecutors said that surveillance cameras in the Capitol captured Torrens’ entry into the building and his movement once inside. Prosecutors also said they had obtained four additional videos tied to Torrens’ case to include one showing him saying, “We’re going in!” Those clips were also released on Tuesday under Howell’s order.

During a plea hearing, Howell “noted that there was a presumption in favor of access to judicial proceedings and that the public had an interest in materials that were submitted in court, that judges relied on in making decisions,” Tillman wrote.

Government prosecutors argued that the surveillance videos should remain hidden from the public because releasing them would “compromise the security of the United States Capitol and those who work there.”

“This footage, when combined with other footage from nearby cameras, could be used to track individual rioters moving through the building thereby creating a visual pathway which other bad actors could use in planning their breach point and pathway for future attacks,” prosecutors noted in court filings.

Howell disagreed, however, and ruled in favor of attorneys representing a group of media organizations that had sued for the release of the footage, rejecting the government’s national security claims. Also, the attorneys noted that prosecutors had selectively released surveillance footage in other cases related to the Jan. 6 riot.

“Hundreds of cases have arisen from the events of January 6, with new cases being brought and pending cases being resolved by plea agreement every week,” Howell noted in her ruling. “The public has an interest in understanding the conduct underlying the charges in these cases, as well as the government’s prosecutorial decision-making both in bringing criminal charges and resolving these charges by entering into plea agreements with defendants.”

A clip that Tillman posted online shows crowds of people streaming into the Capitol Building, some through windows that had been broken out. The people depicted in the video footage do not appear violent.

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Sep 23, 2021 15:02:13   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/09/23/jan-6-capitol-surveillance-footage-ordered-released-by-judge-wheres-the-insurrection-1138525/?utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_source=Get+Response&utm_term=EMAIL&utm_content=Newsletter&utm_campaign=bizpac

A federal judge has ordered the release of video footage from inside the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6 after Capitol Police unsuccessfully argued to keep it hidden.

According to Buzzfeed News, the footage was ordered released by U.S. District Chief Judge Beryl Howell, who rejected arguments by the Capitol Police and the U.S. Attorney’s Office that releasing the video would somehow compromise building security.

“In the latest case, prosecutors argued that revealing the location and vantage points of more cameras could help ‘bad actors’ trying to plan some future assault on the building,” Buzzfeed’s Zoe Tillman wrote. But Howell “concluded that argument was too speculative, however, and that the public had a strong interest in seeing videos that formed the basis for a recent plea deal.”

“The clips cover a period of about 15 minutes on Jan. 6 — between 2:25 p.m. and 2:40 p.m. — in different locations inside the Capitol,” Tillman reported. “They show rioters streaming through open doors and broken windows at an entrance on the Senate side; crowds of people walking into the Crypt, standing in a large crowd, and eventually dispersing; and, finally, rioters exiting as US Capitol Police officers in riot gear gather at the Senate entrance point to stand guard as a mob that’s outside looks in through the broken windows.”

Tillman reported that the government referenced the videos in a case against a Tennessee man named Eric Torrens who copped a plea deal with prosecutors Aug. 19, agreeing to one count of parading, picketing, or demonstrating illegally inside the Capitol Building itself, which is a misdemeanor. He admitted to prosecutors that he did enter the building and walked around inside.

In court papers, federal prosecutors said that surveillance cameras in the Capitol captured Torrens’ entry into the building and his movement once inside. Prosecutors also said they had obtained four additional videos tied to Torrens’ case to include one showing him saying, “We’re going in!” Those clips were also released on Tuesday under Howell’s order.

During a plea hearing, Howell “noted that there was a presumption in favor of access to judicial proceedings and that the public had an interest in materials that were submitted in court, that judges relied on in making decisions,” Tillman wrote.

Government prosecutors argued that the surveillance videos should remain hidden from the public because releasing them would “compromise the security of the United States Capitol and those who work there.”

“This footage, when combined with other footage from nearby cameras, could be used to track individual rioters moving through the building thereby creating a visual pathway which other bad actors could use in planning their breach point and pathway for future attacks,” prosecutors noted in court filings.

Howell disagreed, however, and ruled in favor of attorneys representing a group of media organizations that had sued for the release of the footage, rejecting the government’s national security claims. Also, the attorneys noted that prosecutors had selectively released surveillance footage in other cases related to the Jan. 6 riot.

“Hundreds of cases have arisen from the events of January 6, with new cases being brought and pending cases being resolved by plea agreement every week,” Howell noted in her ruling. “The public has an interest in understanding the conduct underlying the charges in these cases, as well as the government’s prosecutorial decision-making both in bringing criminal charges and resolving these charges by entering into plea agreements with defendants.”

A clip that Tillman posted online shows crowds of people streaming into the Capitol Building, some through windows that had been broken out. The people depicted in the video footage do not appear violent.

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https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/09/23/jan-6-capi... (show quote)


Do not appear violent. They were only trying to use the bathroom facilities.
And they didn’t even know it was the Capital.
They were all just waiting patiently for Trump show up.

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Sep 23, 2021 15:25:35   #
BigMike Loc: yerington nv
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/09/23/jan-6-capitol-surveillance-footage-ordered-released-by-judge-wheres-the-insurrection-1138525/?utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_source=Get+Response&utm_term=EMAIL&utm_content=Newsletter&utm_campaign=bizpac

A federal judge has ordered the release of video footage from inside the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6 after Capitol Police unsuccessfully argued to keep it hidden.

According to Buzzfeed News, the footage was ordered released by U.S. District Chief Judge Beryl Howell, who rejected arguments by the Capitol Police and the U.S. Attorney’s Office that releasing the video would somehow compromise building security.

“In the latest case, prosecutors argued that revealing the location and vantage points of more cameras could help ‘bad actors’ trying to plan some future assault on the building,” Buzzfeed’s Zoe Tillman wrote. But Howell “concluded that argument was too speculative, however, and that the public had a strong interest in seeing videos that formed the basis for a recent plea deal.”

“The clips cover a period of about 15 minutes on Jan. 6 — between 2:25 p.m. and 2:40 p.m. — in different locations inside the Capitol,” Tillman reported. “They show rioters streaming through open doors and broken windows at an entrance on the Senate side; crowds of people walking into the Crypt, standing in a large crowd, and eventually dispersing; and, finally, rioters exiting as US Capitol Police officers in riot gear gather at the Senate entrance point to stand guard as a mob that’s outside looks in through the broken windows.”

Tillman reported that the government referenced the videos in a case against a Tennessee man named Eric Torrens who copped a plea deal with prosecutors Aug. 19, agreeing to one count of parading, picketing, or demonstrating illegally inside the Capitol Building itself, which is a misdemeanor. He admitted to prosecutors that he did enter the building and walked around inside.

In court papers, federal prosecutors said that surveillance cameras in the Capitol captured Torrens’ entry into the building and his movement once inside. Prosecutors also said they had obtained four additional videos tied to Torrens’ case to include one showing him saying, “We’re going in!” Those clips were also released on Tuesday under Howell’s order.

During a plea hearing, Howell “noted that there was a presumption in favor of access to judicial proceedings and that the public had an interest in materials that were submitted in court, that judges relied on in making decisions,” Tillman wrote.

Government prosecutors argued that the surveillance videos should remain hidden from the public because releasing them would “compromise the security of the United States Capitol and those who work there.”

“This footage, when combined with other footage from nearby cameras, could be used to track individual rioters moving through the building thereby creating a visual pathway which other bad actors could use in planning their breach point and pathway for future attacks,” prosecutors noted in court filings.

Howell disagreed, however, and ruled in favor of attorneys representing a group of media organizations that had sued for the release of the footage, rejecting the government’s national security claims. Also, the attorneys noted that prosecutors had selectively released surveillance footage in other cases related to the Jan. 6 riot.

“Hundreds of cases have arisen from the events of January 6, with new cases being brought and pending cases being resolved by plea agreement every week,” Howell noted in her ruling. “The public has an interest in understanding the conduct underlying the charges in these cases, as well as the government’s prosecutorial decision-making both in bringing criminal charges and resolving these charges by entering into plea agreements with defendants.”

A clip that Tillman posted online shows crowds of people streaming into the Capitol Building, some through windows that had been broken out. The people depicted in the video footage do not appear violent.

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https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/09/23/jan-6-capi... (show quote)


I think the videos along with the audio will speak for themselves. I've seen a lot of them but our mainstream media addicted fellow Americans have not.

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Sep 23, 2021 15:27:32   #
BigMike Loc: yerington nv
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Do not appear violent. They were only trying to use the bathroom facilities.
And they didn’t even know it was the Capital.
They were all just waiting patiently for Trump show up.


Early on a bunch of video surfaced which was pretty quickly suppressed.

It's going to come out. Just wait. You'll see a lot more than you already have.

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Sep 23, 2021 15:27:34   #
LogicallyRight Loc: Chicago
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/09/23/jan-6-capitol-surveillance-footage-ordered-released-by-judge-wheres-the-insurrection-1138525/?utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_source=Get+Response&utm_term=EMAIL&utm_content=Newsletter&utm_campaign=bizpac

A federal judge has ordered the release of video footage from inside the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6 after Capitol Police unsuccessfully argued to keep it hidden.

According to Buzzfeed News, the footage was ordered released by U.S. District Chief Judge Beryl Howell, who rejected arguments by the Capitol Police and the U.S. Attorney’s Office that releasing the video would somehow compromise building security.

“In the latest case, prosecutors argued that revealing the location and vantage points of more cameras could help ‘bad actors’ trying to plan some future assault on the building,” Buzzfeed’s Zoe Tillman wrote. But Howell “concluded that argument was too speculative, however, and that the public had a strong interest in seeing videos that formed the basis for a recent plea deal.”

“The clips cover a period of about 15 minutes on Jan. 6 — between 2:25 p.m. and 2:40 p.m. — in different locations inside the Capitol,” Tillman reported. “They show rioters streaming through open doors and broken windows at an entrance on the Senate side; crowds of people walking into the Crypt, standing in a large crowd, and eventually dispersing; and, finally, rioters exiting as US Capitol Police officers in riot gear gather at the Senate entrance point to stand guard as a mob that’s outside looks in through the broken windows.”

Tillman reported that the government referenced the videos in a case against a Tennessee man named Eric Torrens who copped a plea deal with prosecutors Aug. 19, agreeing to one count of parading, picketing, or demonstrating illegally inside the Capitol Building itself, which is a misdemeanor. He admitted to prosecutors that he did enter the building and walked around inside.

In court papers, federal prosecutors said that surveillance cameras in the Capitol captured Torrens’ entry into the building and his movement once inside. Prosecutors also said they had obtained four additional videos tied to Torrens’ case to include one showing him saying, “We’re going in!” Those clips were also released on Tuesday under Howell’s order.

During a plea hearing, Howell “noted that there was a presumption in favor of access to judicial proceedings and that the public had an interest in materials that were submitted in court, that judges relied on in making decisions,” Tillman wrote.

Government prosecutors argued that the surveillance videos should remain hidden from the public because releasing them would “compromise the security of the United States Capitol and those who work there.”

“This footage, when combined with other footage from nearby cameras, could be used to track individual rioters moving through the building thereby creating a visual pathway which other bad actors could use in planning their breach point and pathway for future attacks,” prosecutors noted in court filings.

Howell disagreed, however, and ruled in favor of attorneys representing a group of media organizations that had sued for the release of the footage, rejecting the government’s national security claims. Also, the attorneys noted that prosecutors had selectively released surveillance footage in other cases related to the Jan. 6 riot.

“Hundreds of cases have arisen from the events of January 6, with new cases being brought and pending cases being resolved by plea agreement every week,” Howell noted in her ruling. “The public has an interest in understanding the conduct underlying the charges in these cases, as well as the government’s prosecutorial decision-making both in bringing criminal charges and resolving these charges by entering into plea agreements with defendants.”

A clip that Tillman posted online shows crowds of people streaming into the Capitol Building, some through windows that had been broken out. The people depicted in the video footage do not appear violent.

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https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/09/23/jan-6-capi... (show quote)


It is about time and it will show, no insurrection, but a protest that got out of hand because of outside agitators.

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Sep 23, 2021 15:41:27   #
MajG
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/09/23/jan-6-capitol-surveillance-footage-ordered-released-by-judge-wheres-the-insurrection-1138525/?utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_source=Get+Response&utm_term=EMAIL&utm_content=Newsletter&utm_campaign=bizpac

A federal judge has ordered the release of video footage from inside the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6 after Capitol Police unsuccessfully argued to keep it hidden.

According to Buzzfeed News, the footage was ordered released by U.S. District Chief Judge Beryl Howell, who rejected arguments by the Capitol Police and the U.S. Attorney’s Office that releasing the video would somehow compromise building security.

“In the latest case, prosecutors argued that revealing the location and vantage points of more cameras could help ‘bad actors’ trying to plan some future assault on the building,” Buzzfeed’s Zoe Tillman wrote. But Howell “concluded that argument was too speculative, however, and that the public had a strong interest in seeing videos that formed the basis for a recent plea deal.”

“The clips cover a period of about 15 minutes on Jan. 6 — between 2:25 p.m. and 2:40 p.m. — in different locations inside the Capitol,” Tillman reported. “They show rioters streaming through open doors and broken windows at an entrance on the Senate side; crowds of people walking into the Crypt, standing in a large crowd, and eventually dispersing; and, finally, rioters exiting as US Capitol Police officers in riot gear gather at the Senate entrance point to stand guard as a mob that’s outside looks in through the broken windows.”

Tillman reported that the government referenced the videos in a case against a Tennessee man named Eric Torrens who copped a plea deal with prosecutors Aug. 19, agreeing to one count of parading, picketing, or demonstrating illegally inside the Capitol Building itself, which is a misdemeanor. He admitted to prosecutors that he did enter the building and walked around inside.

In court papers, federal prosecutors said that surveillance cameras in the Capitol captured Torrens’ entry into the building and his movement once inside. Prosecutors also said they had obtained four additional videos tied to Torrens’ case to include one showing him saying, “We’re going in!” Those clips were also released on Tuesday under Howell’s order.

During a plea hearing, Howell “noted that there was a presumption in favor of access to judicial proceedings and that the public had an interest in materials that were submitted in court, that judges relied on in making decisions,” Tillman wrote.

Government prosecutors argued that the surveillance videos should remain hidden from the public because releasing them would “compromise the security of the United States Capitol and those who work there.”

“This footage, when combined with other footage from nearby cameras, could be used to track individual rioters moving through the building thereby creating a visual pathway which other bad actors could use in planning their breach point and pathway for future attacks,” prosecutors noted in court filings.

Howell disagreed, however, and ruled in favor of attorneys representing a group of media organizations that had sued for the release of the footage, rejecting the government’s national security claims. Also, the attorneys noted that prosecutors had selectively released surveillance footage in other cases related to the Jan. 6 riot.

“Hundreds of cases have arisen from the events of January 6, with new cases being brought and pending cases being resolved by plea agreement every week,” Howell noted in her ruling. “The public has an interest in understanding the conduct underlying the charges in these cases, as well as the government’s prosecutorial decision-making both in bringing criminal charges and resolving these charges by entering into plea agreements with defendants.”

A clip that Tillman posted online shows crowds of people streaming into the Capitol Building, some through windows that had been broken out. The people depicted in the video footage do not appear violent.

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https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/09/23/jan-6-capi... (show quote)


WHERE and WHY?
Why would anyone object to voter ID? Most other countries have that requirement.
Why would anyone object to an election audit?
Where is this "insurrection" they keep mentioning?
Why would the Cap Cops object to the release of film?
Why would voting laws be changed illegally at the last second?
Why would everything the Carter Commission warned about get used?
Why do people who pretend to have at least a pair of brain cells not look up insurrection definition.

So many more...

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Sep 23, 2021 16:42:23   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Do not appear violent. They were only trying to use the bathroom facilities.
And they didn’t even know it was the Capital.
They were all just waiting patiently for Trump show up.


Some got a little impatient because there was only one bathroom and one person at a time. It was a big building and there just had to be another bathroom inside!

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Sep 23, 2021 16:44:15   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
BigMike wrote:
I think the videos along with the audio will speak for themselves. I've seen a lot of them but our mainstream media addicted fellow Americans have not.


I've seen a lot of them, too. I'm just glad that this judge is allowing them to be seen in court.

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Sep 23, 2021 16:47:07   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
LogicallyRight wrote:
It is about time and it will show, no insurrection, but a protest that got out of hand because of outside agitators.


There is a video of the buses unloading Soros' Antifa. Some were even changing into MAGA Trump support clothing. I hope that one gets included.

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Sep 23, 2021 16:51:22   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
MajG wrote:
WHERE and WHY?
Why would anyone object to voter ID? Most other countries have that requirement.
Why would anyone object to an election audit?
Where is this "insurrection" they keep mentioning?
Why would the Cap Cops object to the release of film?
Why would voting laws be changed illegally at the last second?
Why would everything the Carter Commission warned about get used?
Why do people who pretend to have at least a pair of brain cells not look up insurrection definition.

So many more...
WHERE and WHY? br Why would anyone object to voter... (show quote)


The evil demon-rats don't want anything 'conservative' to interrupt their plans for the complete takeover of America and the world!! (Isn't Pelosi responsible for whatever the Capitol cops do?)

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Sep 23, 2021 17:39:13   #
MajG
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
The evil demon-rats don't want anything 'conservative' to interrupt their plans for the complete takeover of America and the world!! (Isn't Pelosi responsible for whatever the Capitol cops do?)


Yes, the real, old time Democrat party has been taken over by the wacky left and doesn't resemble that of Jack Kennedy. Their socialist utopia policies are coming fast and furious because real Americans, as opposed to usefull idiots won't let it get past the next election (if it's not stolen again).
Todays Democrats want us to be Venezuala.

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Sep 23, 2021 17:44:24   #
LogicallyRight Loc: Chicago
 
MajG wrote:
WHERE and WHY?
Why would anyone object to voter ID? Most other countries have that requirement.
Why would anyone object to an election audit?
Where is this "insurrection" they keep mentioning?
Why would the Cap Cops object to the release of film?
Why would voting laws be changed illegally at the last second?
Why would everything the Carter Commission warned about get used?
Why do people who pretend to have at least a pair of brain cells not look up insurrection definition.

So many more...
WHERE and WHY? br Why would anyone object to voter... (show quote)


Beautiful list

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Sep 23, 2021 17:57:11   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
MajG wrote:
Yes, the real, old time Democrat party has been taken over by the wacky left and doesn't resemble that of Jack Kennedy. Their socialist utopia policies are coming fast and furious because real Americans, as opposed to usefull idiots won't let it get past the next election (if it's not stolen again).
Todays Democrats want us to be Venezuala.




You got it!! Trying to make change isn't easy, but I'm starting at the local level.

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Sep 23, 2021 19:37:31   #
saltwind 78 Loc: Queens, New York City
 
Ginny_Dandy wrote:
https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/09/23/jan-6-capitol-surveillance-footage-ordered-released-by-judge-wheres-the-insurrection-1138525/?utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_source=Get+Response&utm_term=EMAIL&utm_content=Newsletter&utm_campaign=bizpac

A federal judge has ordered the release of video footage from inside the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6 after Capitol Police unsuccessfully argued to keep it hidden.

According to Buzzfeed News, the footage was ordered released by U.S. District Chief Judge Beryl Howell, who rejected arguments by the Capitol Police and the U.S. Attorney’s Office that releasing the video would somehow compromise building security.

“In the latest case, prosecutors argued that revealing the location and vantage points of more cameras could help ‘bad actors’ trying to plan some future assault on the building,” Buzzfeed’s Zoe Tillman wrote. But Howell “concluded that argument was too speculative, however, and that the public had a strong interest in seeing videos that formed the basis for a recent plea deal.”

“The clips cover a period of about 15 minutes on Jan. 6 — between 2:25 p.m. and 2:40 p.m. — in different locations inside the Capitol,” Tillman reported. “They show rioters streaming through open doors and broken windows at an entrance on the Senate side; crowds of people walking into the Crypt, standing in a large crowd, and eventually dispersing; and, finally, rioters exiting as US Capitol Police officers in riot gear gather at the Senate entrance point to stand guard as a mob that’s outside looks in through the broken windows.”

Tillman reported that the government referenced the videos in a case against a Tennessee man named Eric Torrens who copped a plea deal with prosecutors Aug. 19, agreeing to one count of parading, picketing, or demonstrating illegally inside the Capitol Building itself, which is a misdemeanor. He admitted to prosecutors that he did enter the building and walked around inside.

In court papers, federal prosecutors said that surveillance cameras in the Capitol captured Torrens’ entry into the building and his movement once inside. Prosecutors also said they had obtained four additional videos tied to Torrens’ case to include one showing him saying, “We’re going in!” Those clips were also released on Tuesday under Howell’s order.

During a plea hearing, Howell “noted that there was a presumption in favor of access to judicial proceedings and that the public had an interest in materials that were submitted in court, that judges relied on in making decisions,” Tillman wrote.

Government prosecutors argued that the surveillance videos should remain hidden from the public because releasing them would “compromise the security of the United States Capitol and those who work there.”

“This footage, when combined with other footage from nearby cameras, could be used to track individual rioters moving through the building thereby creating a visual pathway which other bad actors could use in planning their breach point and pathway for future attacks,” prosecutors noted in court filings.

Howell disagreed, however, and ruled in favor of attorneys representing a group of media organizations that had sued for the release of the footage, rejecting the government’s national security claims. Also, the attorneys noted that prosecutors had selectively released surveillance footage in other cases related to the Jan. 6 riot.

“Hundreds of cases have arisen from the events of January 6, with new cases being brought and pending cases being resolved by plea agreement every week,” Howell noted in her ruling. “The public has an interest in understanding the conduct underlying the charges in these cases, as well as the government’s prosecutorial decision-making both in bringing criminal charges and resolving these charges by entering into plea agreements with defendants.”

A clip that Tillman posted online shows crowds of people streaming into the Capitol Building, some through windows that had been broken out. The people depicted in the video footage do not appear violent.

con't w/videos
https://www.bizpacreview.com/2021/09/23/jan-6-capi... (show quote)


Ginny, When a bunch of people break into the Capitol building, kill a cop or two, beat up other police, and look for the Speaker of the House to hang, as well as VP Pence, that's insurrection. When the mob breaks into offices to steal government papers, and personal property, as well as spreading feces and other filth that is a crime. When so called militias come equipped with weapons, lead the mob into the building, using military tactics, that's insurrection. The only question is who told the militias to commit this crime against the government and the American people? The answer is Trump. It was he and his cronies that told the mob that you have to fight like hell or you won't have a country, and Juliani told the same mob to be combative, that too is insurrection. Trump had been inviting these thugs to the Washington weeks before the the Capitol break in. I say throw everybody found guilty by a court of law in the toughest federal prison, and throw away the damned key.

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Sep 23, 2021 21:43:15   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
saltwind 78 wrote:
Ginny, When a bunch of people break into the Capitol building, kill a cop or two, beat up other police, and look for the Speaker of the House to hang, as well as VP Pence, that's insurrection. When the mob breaks into offices to steal government papers, and personal property, as well as spreading feces and other filth that is a crime. When so called militias come equipped with weapons, lead the mob into the building, using military tactics, that's insurrection. The only question is who told the militias to commit this crime against the government and the American people? The answer is Trump. It was he and his cronies that told the mob that you have to fight like hell or you won't have a country, and Juliani told the same mob to be combative, that too is insurrection. Trump had been inviting these thugs to the Washington weeks before the the Capitol break in. I say throw everybody found guilty by a court of law in the toughest federal prison, and throw away the damned key.
Ginny, When a bunch of people break into the Capit... (show quote)


Sorry, Salty, your facts are twisted. Biden is the only who made the claim that one of the officers was killed during Jan. 6th when, in fact, he died of natural causes on Jan. 7th!

The other thing...

https://www.newstarget.com/2021-01-06-police-escorts-antifa-buses-dc-trump-rally.html

01/06/2021 / By Ethan Huff

Police escorts receive chartered Antifa buses in D.C. ahead of Jan. 6 Trump rally

A shocking video has surfaced – watch below – that shows law enforcement in Washington, D.C., escorting chartered Antifa buses into our nation’s capital just days before the scheduled Trump rally on Jan. 6.

This same footage was uploaded to YouTube before being quickly removed, by the way. Thankfully, we were able to capture and upload it to Brighteon.com before it disappeared. Watch for yourself as patriots in D.C. show how the police, whom many conservatives support, side with leftist extremists who are presumably being bused in to wreak havoc and inflict violence on supporters of President Donald Trump.

The first part of the video is from NewsClips, which wanted to draw attention to the footage at the latter portion of the video. Since those who captured it have smaller followings, NewsClips is aiming to get the word out, as are we, about what could be brewing in the capital.

“I’m sitting up on summit, and one marked state trooper vehicle, two black SUVs, there’s three state trooper vehicles escorted four Antifa shuttle buses right here, front and center,” the man who captured the footage is heard stating.

“There was actually five vehicles total – three upfront, two in the back – they escorted right here, waited for them to get off their buses, then state troopers unloaded and took their positions.”

Another man then responds that each of the buses is labeled, adding that “they’re all paid charter buses.”

“They escorted them here!” shouts another, referring to the police officers who were complicit in rolling out the red carpet for Antifa just days before the D.C. Trump rally.

As you may recall, President Trump back in the summer declared Antifa to be a domestic terrorist organization, which means the “thin blue line,” at least in D.C., has joined up with terrorists in the fight to steal the election for Joe Biden.

Our hope is that nothing becomes of this Antifa convergence, and that the scheduled Trump rally is safe and successful. With police backing, however, there is no telling what Antifa might try to do as it is emboldened with the support of the state to act as aggressors against those who are gathering in the District in support of the republic.

While it is certainly within the realm of possibility that those who captured this footage are mistaken as to the true identities of those on the chartered buses – why would they be clearly labeled as Antifa? – the arrival of these vehicles with a police escort is ominous.

“We already know that these people are being well-funded for their activities,” states the NewsClips host towards the end of the clip about Antifa’s deep state backing.

Without knowing for sure what might be brewing, we are asking our readers to pray for safety, not only for the president but also for the tens of thousands, if not millions, of people who will be present in D.C. on the 6th to support him.

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