‘We knew there was a strong potential for violence,’ acting chief of police said
By Danielle Wallace, Chad Pergram, Mike Emanuel
U.S. Capitol Police apologized to Congress Tuesday for failing to meet its own standards to immediately secure the Capitol building “in the face of a terrorist attack by tens of thousands of insurrectionists determined to stop the certification of Electoral College votes.”
“I am here to offer my sincerest apologies on behalf of the Department,” acting Chief of Police Yogananda D. Pittman said in a lengthy opening statement during a House Appropriations Committee hearing.
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