The attack on the Capitol on January 6, 2021 remains to be clarified.Former president’s name keeps surfacing amid doubts over who’s behind it Donald Trump, after losing the 2020 election by not acknowledging his defeat, resorting to allegations of electoral fraud and bolstering the discourse for his followers. “If you don’t fight hard, you’re not going to have a country anymore,” Trump exclaimed shortly before the Capitol event.
Last week, members of extremist groups ‘The Oath’ They were arrested after being charged with sedition. The crime of incitement entered the investigation for the first time more than a year after the crime.
In other words, the U.S. justices did consider the January 6, 2021 attack an organized attack designed to prevent the president from peacefully transitioning from Trump to Joe Biden.
A U.S. House of Representatives select committee is investigating Trump’s possible role in the Capitol incident.Investigate omissions Created specifically for the attack on the historic building that houses the two representative offices.
But the Justice Department did not directly investigate the former president, Washington post, which added that the FBI did not request material and did not want to interrogate a meeting of Trump team members at a hotel in the capital to plan a strategy aimed at preventing Biden from reaching white houses. According to the capital newspaper, the “command center” was the hotel where they held the meeting.
Despite Trump’s efforts to discredit the election results and his call to action speeches in the days leading up to the Capitol Hill attack, it will not be easy to get justice to accuse the former president of being behind the attack, according to US newspapers. Analysts and Lawyers.
One option is to accuse the former president of inciting his followers to violence using phrases with the word “fight.”But Trump’s speech will be protected by the US government First Amendment, which defends complete freedom of speech. Moreover, it is not the first time that politicians have called for “fights”.
That’s why more than a year later, Donald Trump has not been affected by the Capitol invasion, Judicially at least. Justice investigated only those who appeared on the day’s recordings and linked those people to groups or movement leaders.
More 725 people They are accused of being involved in the attack on Capitol Hill, and FBI agents are looking for about 200 people. Among them, 10 members of the “Oathkeeper” group have been charged with sedition.
its leader and founder, Stuart Rhodes, plans to block a presidential change from Trump to Biden, and armed himself with pistols and combat gear to the U.S. capital.
“I just see Trump complaining. I don’t see the intent Do something So the Patriots will take things into their own hands. According to the indictment, they’ve had enough,” Rhodes said in a Jan. 6 social media chat.
Lord’s attorney, Jonathan Mosley, he said in a statement Washington post He didn’t know whether the justices were trying to point the investigation at Trump, but he said his client’s arrest was surprising because he wasn’t in the Capitol.
A former assistant attorney general, citing the same newspaper, said the indictment of Rhodes was an important step, but it remains to be seen whether they can make the jump from him to Trump.
The investigation to find all those involved in the incursion of the Capitol is far from over. Trump is not currently considered to be one of them. More than a year after U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland promised everyone involved in the attack on Capitol Hill would be held accountable, one of the most defamatory episodes in American democratic history continues to drag on whether political power is as suspect It’s a matter of supporting it that way, or whether it’s a blow to a democracy orchestrated entirely by extremist individuals and groups.