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Washington, DC / Capitol Hill Riot / FBI Warning #1280017

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 12, 2021
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Washington: Pierre Thomas) An FBI warning the day before the siege of the Capitol of threats of action by President Trump's supporters reviewed; Jan. FBI bulletin quoted; images shown of the man suspected of planting pipe bombs with timers; details given of the plans for the Inauguration by Trump supporters & the arrest of Louis Capriotti@ for a threatening voice mail. [Acting US Attorney, Washington, Michael SHERWIN@- says people will be shocked.] [Representative Conor LAMB - says they publish rules of engagement.] [Florida Governor Ron DeSANTIS@- says we will be ready for disorder.] [Mother of arrested Jake Angeli, Martha CHANSLEY@- says her son needs organic food.] The serious security for the Inauguration & the issue of bulletproof vests for members of Congress discussed.

Muir, David;
Thomas, Pierre

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