Body-worn camera footage obtained by American Greatness of a D.C. Metropolitan police officer on duty on January 6, 2021, shows the chaos unfolding in real-time that day and how law enforcement’s response to the protest led to rising tension and deadly violence.
“Buddy, it’s my house, I paid for it. I gotta rest my back.” “We’re peaceful people. We love our country. We love this Capitol. We’re not starting any trouble.”New Police Body Cam Footage From Inside The Rotunda On January 6th
Officer Terrence Craig, an 11-year veteran of the force, testified last week in the criminal trial of Richard Barnett, the Arkansas man notoriously photographed with his feet on a desk in then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) office on January 6, 2021. Nearly two-and-a-half hours of video was captured by Craig’s body-worn camera, providing an uninterrupted and shocking view of what happened inside and outside the building.
Never-before-seen interactions with police and protesters bolster demands by House Republicans to release all surveillance video recorded by Capitol security cameras on January 6.
New Police Body Cam Footage From Inside The Rotunda On January 6th— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) January 17, 2023
“Buddy, it’s my house, I paid for it. I gotta rest my back.”
“We’re peaceful people. We love our country. We love this Capitol. We’re not starting any trouble.” https://t.co/gLd9iw4pZb pic.twitter.com/anHUmB5C3Q
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