US Capitol Police officer Michael A. Riley, seen here in Washington, DC in 2011, pleaded not guilty on October 19, to two counts of obstructio…
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According to the indictment, Michael A. Riley told a contact online to remove Facebook selfies and videos about being in the Capitol building that day.
The measure is expected to move to a floor vote without any opposition from the committee members.
The lawsuit is an attempt to block the work of the House committee as it attempts to investigate his actions before & during the siege of the Capitol.
Former President Donald Trump, seen here in September 2020, filed a lawsuit October 18 in DC District Court against the House select committee…
Officer Michael A. Riley told a contact online to remove posts showing the person was in the Capitol building that day.
US Capitol Police officer Michael A. Riley was indicted on obstruction charges in connection to the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol, …
The 16-page letter claims two Capitol Police officials did not share vital intelligence with other police leadership
Facebook has aggressively pushed back against the reports, calling many of the claims "misleading" and arguing that its apps do more good than harm.
A large group of rioters stand on the East steps of the Capitol Building after storming its grounds on January 6 in Washington, DC.