Attack on Capitol Hill, Sapona for the Big Names on the Web – North America

Double turning point in the U.S. Congressional Commission of Inquiry into the January 6, 2020, bloody attack on Capitol Hill that killed five people. Sappona was presented against all major social sites controlled by Google and controlled by the Alphabet Group, from Facebok to Twitter, from Reddit to YouTube. Meanwhile, the FBI has arrested Stewart Rhodes, the leader and founder of the far-right fighters of the Oath Keepers, on charges of conspiracy against the country. Leaders of the big web have been accused of failing to provide all the information requested since last August: “The two main issues with the investigation – says the Commission of Inquiry into Congress – are how misinformation and violent extremism contributed to the network. What steps did their bases take to prevent it from becoming a fertile ground for extremism by forcing many people into violence: the violence perpetrated by Steward Rhodes’ pledge guards ended up in prison, with the sole aim of reversing the outcome of the presidential election in order to prevent the Senate from certifying Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump. This is the first time that investigators have attempted to find out the truth on January 6, more than a year ago. L competed for the other ten. Rhodes – a former U.S. Army paramedic, Yale graduate and former Libertarian Congress collaborator Ron Paul – established the Pledge Guards in Texas in March 2009, becoming the most important far-right paramilitary group in the United States. . On the day of the attack on Capitol, after Trump’s rally, Rhodes was certainly on Capitol Hill, talking on the phone and chatting with some members and leaders of his group. There is no evidence that he was also inside the palace, but he gave guidance and instructions to those in his group. The arrest warrant states that Rhodes and his men forcibly entered the building, used military tactics and not only lashed out at Capitol Police and Washington police officers who tried to stop the crowd, but also organized a real “quick” show. The reaction team said, “It was parked in a nearby hotel in Virginia, Washington, and is ready to intervene if necessary. Defense lawyers have always claimed that they were hired as bodyguards to protect Donald Trump’s VIP friends and associates, such as the controversial Roger Stone, who were present during the protest.” Should be taken, “Rhodes wrote in a post on Signal Platform shortly after the Capitol siege began on January 6.

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