Federal agencies are facing questions over whether they planted operatives into the U.S. Capitol protest on January 6. According to Revolver News, several alleged “co-conspirators” have been released without charges despite them being the most violent or provocative participants of the capitol protest.
According to Revolver News, several alleged co-conspirators have been released without charges, despite them being the most violent or provocative participants of the Capitol protest. The report raised questions if they are protected from indictment because they agreed to cooperate with the FBI or if they were planted government operatives.
The Biden administration has warned Americans to keep an eye out for any radicalized friends or family members. During a background press call on Monday night, a senior Biden administration official told participants they must raise concerns and seek help for friends, family members or coworkers who they believe may radicalize toward violence.
The families and victims of the 9/11 attacks have called upon the top intelligence official to release an FBI review completed in 2016 summarizing an investigation into Saudi Arabia’s involvement.
FBI Director Christopher Wray testified he is unaware of any investigation into President Donald Trump’s role in the Jan. 6 Capitol breach.
The FBI released its final report on a 2019 mass shooting at the Virginia Beach Municipal Center, which left 12 dead and several wounded. It was said the incident, which involved 40-year-old Dewayne Craddock walking into his workplace and opening fire on coworkers, was motivated by perceived “workplace grievances” that the shooter had felt for years.
According to a bipartisan Senate panel, intelligence and security failures lead to the events on Capitol Hill on January 6. Poor planning and reluctance to establish a strong police presence led to the breach of the Capitol Building, according to officials.
The CEO of Colonial Pipeline said the May ransomware attack encrypted its systems, in turn, shutting down the largest fuel pipeline in the U.S.
U.S. investigators have recovered millions of dollars of the ransom paid by the Colonial Pipeline during last month’s ransomware attack.