Examining the U.S. Capitol Attack

United States Senate

A joint bipartisan report by the U.S. Senate Committees on Homeland Security and Rules and Administration, addressing security, planning, and response by the U.S. Capitol Police, the Capitol Police Board, the FBI, and Departments of Homeland Security and Defense to the events of January 6, 2021, in and around the U.S. Capitol Building. - Summary by Joanne Turner

Genre(s): Modern (20th C)

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 I. Executive Summary Joanne Turner
00:19:29
Play 01 II. Findings of Fact and Recommendations Joanne Turner
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Play 02 III. Background Joanne Turner
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Play 03 III. Background, cont'd. Joanne Turner
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Play 04 IV. Federal Intelligence Agencies Did Not Issue A Threat Assessment or Bulletin Joanne Turner
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Play 05 V. USCP Did Not Communicate Intelligence Warning of Violence Joanne Turner
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Play 06 VI. USCP Was Not Prepared For The Attack Joanne Turner
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Play 07 VII. Opaque Capitol Police Board Processes Slowed Requests for National Guard Support Joanne Turner
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Play 08 VIII. DOD and DC National Guard Assistance Joanne Turner
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Play 09 VIII. DOD and DC National Guard Assistance, cont'd. Joanne Turner
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Play 10 IX. Conclusion Joanne Turner
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Play 11 Appendix A: USCP Inspector General Recommendations Joanne Turner
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Play 12 Appendix B: Transcript of Pres. Trump's Jan. 6 Speech Joanne Turner
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Play 13 Appendix B concluded Joanne Turner
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