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Inauguration / Armed Protests / Security / State Capitols #1280147

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 16, 2021
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(Washington: Vaughn Hillyard) The Inauguration Day security measures in the Capitol featured; scenes shown of fencing, the National Guard shutdown, the January 6 rioting leading to arrests, including Peter Stager%, who beat a police officer with a flag pole & Jenna Ryan; details given about the arrest of a mn with a gun & ammunition, the failures at the Capitol of intelligence & security preparedness. [RYAN - says she was displaying patriotism.] [Police officer Daniel HODGES - describes what happened to him.] More details about the man with a gun & anmmo discussed.

(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Blayne Alexander) The concerns about violence at state capitols examined; map shown of states using National Guard at the state capitols & from airports. [In Michigan NBC's Dasha BURNS@, in California, NBC's Jacob WARD@- describe what is happening here.] [FBI dir. Christopher WRAY@- calls for an aggressive posture.] [Tallahassee Mayor John DALEY@, Georgia Governor Brian KEMP@- talk about the threats here.] The security changes at the state capitol of Atlanta discussed.

Balart, Jose Diaz;
Hillyard, Vaughn;
Alexander, Blayne

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