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Washington, DC / Capitol Hill Riot / Investigation / Hirono Interview #1281018

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 21, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The filing of criminal cases two weeks after the attack on the Capitol by a mob introduced. [On Jan. 6, to CNN's Elle Reeve, rioter Barton SHIVELY%- says "only we can do it."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper' Washington: Shimon Prokupecz) The status of the charges for assaulting police officers, the arrest of Proud Boys Joesph Biggs, how there are 120 arrests with hundreds more to come, the focus on conspiracy charges against organized groups with a reward for those who planted the pipe bombs, the status of security around the Capitol with tension lessened discussed; video shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The filing of lawsuits by Senate Democrats against Senators Josh Hawley & Ted Cruz for aiding the mob reported. Live discussion held with Senator Mazie Hirono against the two men. [HIRONO - offers views on the need for an ethics investigation with expulsion an option because the "big lie" about the election results led to the riot: whether there was collusion with the rioters.]

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