40-year friend of Capitol Police officer reported him to FBI for disclosing secure location of lawmakers on January 6

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40-year friend of Capitol Police officer reported him to FBI for disclosing secure location of lawmakers on January 6
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  • A Capitol Police officer's 40-year friend turned him in to the FBI after the January 6 insurrection.
  • The friend worried the officer had "fallen into a cult" and said he had revealed lawmakers' locations.
  • The agency's internal watchdog recommended discipline for 6 officers over the riots.

A US Capitol Police officer's friend of 40 years worried he'd "fallen into a cult" and reported the officer to the FBI for revealing the secure location lawmakers had been evacuated to during the January 6 insurrection, according to documents obtained by McClatchy.

The US Capitol Police announced on September 11 that it intends to discipline six officers for their actions on January 6 following 38 internal investigations into officer conduct on that day.

The agency's Office of Professional Responsibility was only able to identify the actual officers involved in 20 of the complaints and substantiate actual violations by six of them.

The office recommended punishment in the cases of three officers for "conduct unbecoming", one for "failure to comply with directives", one for "improper remarks", and another for "improper dissemination of information."

The agency said that the US Attorney's Office in Washington, D.C., had not found enough evidence, however, to charge any of the disciplined officers with any crimes.

The mob that descended on the US Capitol on January 6 β€” driven by former President Donald Trump's false conspiracies that the 2020 election had been stolen from him β€” sought to stop Congress from counting the electoral votes to affirm President-elect Joe Biden's election win.

The friend, identified as 'ANONYMOUS,' called the FBI and expressed concern that the officer genuinely believed Trump's election fraud claims, sympathized with the rioters' cause, and put lawmakers' safety at risk, McClatchy reported, citing internal investigative documents that have not been public.

"I don't want to report a friend of forty years but he's says enough concerning statements that I feel like I need to do this... he's just fallen into this cult and these beliefs," the friend told Capitol Police investigators in an interview, per the documents.

The officer in question denied that he agreed with the rioters' belief that the election was stolen from Trump, but didn't rule out the possibility that he inadvertently revealed the lawmakers' secure evacuation location.

"I can't say one hundred percent that I didn't do what you're telling me I did," the officer in question told internal investigators, per McClatchy.

Both the communications and leadership breakdowns by Capitol Police leadership and the actions of specific officers leading up to and on January 6 has been a focus of congressional committees probing the insurrection, and now, potentially the House Select Committee on January 6 as well.

 

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Can't trust a single one of these vaxbots. They're enemy combatants and are to be treated as such. I have a friend who grew up in Serbia during the wars there and some of the stuff he's told me reminds me of this, how people, neighbors, who had known one another for generations, turned on each other overnight. It doesn't matter how long you've known someone or how good of a friend you believe them to be, unfortunately their ideology transcends such bonds and because of that, they're our mortal enemies.
 

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40-year friend of Capitol Police officer reported him to FBI for disclosing secure location of lawmakers on January 6
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capitol police january 6

  • A Capitol Police officer's 40-year friend turned him in to the FBI after the January 6 insurrection.
  • The friend worried the officer had "fallen into a cult" and said he had revealed lawmakers' locations.
  • The agency's internal watchdog recommended discipline for 6 officers over the riots.

A US Capitol Police officer's friend of 40 years worried he'd "fallen into a cult" and reported the officer to the FBI for revealing the secure location lawmakers had been evacuated to during the January 6 insurrection, according to documents obtained by McClatchy.

The US Capitol Police announced on September 11 that it intends to discipline six officers for their actions on January 6 following 38 internal investigations into officer conduct on that day.

The agency's Office of Professional Responsibility was only able to identify the actual officers involved in 20 of the complaints and substantiate actual violations by six of them.

The office recommended punishment in the cases of three officers for "conduct unbecoming", one for "failure to comply with directives", one for "improper remarks", and another for "improper dissemination of information."

The agency said that the US Attorney's Office in Washington, D.C., had not found enough evidence, however, to charge any of the disciplined officers with any crimes.

The mob that descended on the US Capitol on January 6 β€” driven by former President Donald Trump's false conspiracies that the 2020 election had been stolen from him β€” sought to stop Congress from counting the electoral votes to affirm President-elect Joe Biden's election win.

The friend, identified as 'ANONYMOUS,' called the FBI and expressed concern that the officer genuinely believed Trump's election fraud claims, sympathized with the rioters' cause, and put lawmakers' safety at risk, McClatchy reported, citing internal investigative documents that have not been public.

"I don't want to report a friend of forty years but he's says enough concerning statements that I feel like I need to do this... he's just fallen into this cult and these beliefs," the friend told Capitol Police investigators in an interview, per the documents.

The officer in question denied that he agreed with the rioters' belief that the election was stolen from Trump, but didn't rule out the possibility that he inadvertently revealed the lawmakers' secure evacuation location.

"I can't say one hundred percent that I didn't do what you're telling me I did," the officer in question told internal investigators, per McClatchy.

Both the communications and leadership breakdowns by Capitol Police leadership and the actions of specific officers leading up to and on January 6 has been a focus of congressional committees probing the insurrection, and now, potentially the House Select Committee on January 6 as well.

I see no crime was committed.
Just reaffirms my cult like belief they were part of the sting.

The charlotsville 2.0 trap.
 

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"Cult"

lol

Whether this this cop: 1) believes that the election was fraudulent but is too frightened to say so; or 2) actually believes the election was legit, he's either too cowardly or too fucking dumb to give a shit about.

Fuck him. Choke on your pension, pussbag.
 

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"Cult"

lol

Whether this this cop: 1) believes that the election was fraudulent but is too frightened to say so; or 2) actually believes the election was legit, he's either too cowardly or too fucking dumb to give a shit about.

Fuck him. Choke on your pension, pussbag.
He may go to federal prison on those charges (serious security breach of Congress).
 

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The office recommended punishment in the cases of three officers for "conduct unbecoming", one for "failure to comply with directives", one for "improper remarks", and another for "improper dissemination of information."
Okay, but what about Fuck Face here? He told the Chinese military that he'd "warn them" of any US attack against them, thus putting millions of American lives under threat from a Chinese nuclear counterattack.

So what's his punishment gonna be?


 

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Can't trust a single one of these vaxbots. They're enemy combatants and are to be treated as such. I have a friend who grew up in Serbia during the wars there and some of the stuff he's told me reminds me of this, how people, neighbors, who had known one another for generations, turned on each other overnight. It doesn't matter how long you've known someone or how good of a friend you believe them to be, unfortunately their ideology transcends such bonds and because of that, they're our mortal enemies.
Some of it's definitely ideology, but a lot of it is simply just stupidity and gullibility too. Either way, I get what you mean as I've seen it with my own two eyes enough times to know by now.
 

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stupidity and gullibility
Oy vey! I've had right up to the Matzoh Balls with that.

Years ago I had a friend pull the battery out of his girlfriend's running car and told her not to shut it off until she parked.
(at home, about a mile away)

When he pulled it out, she said 'how does it keep running?'
"It's magic. We don't quite understand it, like we don't understand gravity yet." he told her.

She said, OH WOW! -and nodded her head in agreement.
That's what we're dealing with here folks.
 

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Okay, but what about Fuck Face here? He told the Chinese military that he'd "warn them" of any US attack against them, thus putting millions of American lives under threat from a Chinese nuclear counterattack.

So what's his punishment gonna be?


Fuck punishment , that cocksmoking faggot will probably get another stripe on his uniform for doing so.
 

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Okay, but what about Fuck Face here? He told the Chinese military that he'd "warn them" of any US attack against them, thus putting millions of American lives under threat from a Chinese nuclear counterattack.

So what's his punishment gonna be?


Seven Days In May, Burt Lancaster, 1964 Photograph by Everett
 

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I haven't watched that movie in many years. But now the story line has been flipped.

 

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probably he thought 2 get some shekels 4 that. anyway, USA is a country of snitches. but "Snitches end up in ditches"
 

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40-year friend of Capitol Police officer reported him to FBI for disclosing secure location of lawmakers on January 6
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capitol police january 6

  • A Capitol Police officer's 40-year friend turned him in to the FBI after the January 6 insurrection.
  • The friend worried the officer had "fallen into a cult" and said he had revealed lawmakers' locations.
  • The agency's internal watchdog recommended discipline for 6 officers over the riots.

A US Capitol Police officer's friend of 40 years worried he'd "fallen into a cult" and reported the officer to the FBI for revealing the secure location lawmakers had been evacuated to during the January 6 insurrection, according to documents obtained by McClatchy.

The US Capitol Police announced on September 11 that it intends to discipline six officers for their actions on January 6 following 38 internal investigations into officer conduct on that day.

The agency's Office of Professional Responsibility was only able to identify the actual officers involved in 20 of the complaints and substantiate actual violations by six of them.

The office recommended punishment in the cases of three officers for "conduct unbecoming", one for "failure to comply with directives", one for "improper remarks", and another for "improper dissemination of information."

The agency said that the US Attorney's Office in Washington, D.C., had not found enough evidence, however, to charge any of the disciplined officers with any crimes.

The mob that descended on the US Capitol on January 6 β€” driven by former President Donald Trump's false conspiracies that the 2020 election had been stolen from him β€” sought to stop Congress from counting the electoral votes to affirm President-elect Joe Biden's election win.

The friend, identified as 'ANONYMOUS,' called the FBI and expressed concern that the officer genuinely believed Trump's election fraud claims, sympathized with the rioters' cause, and put lawmakers' safety at risk, McClatchy reported, citing internal investigative documents that have not been public.

"I don't want to report a friend of forty years but he's says enough concerning statements that I feel like I need to do this... he's just fallen into this cult and these beliefs," the friend told Capitol Police investigators in an interview, per the documents.

The officer in question denied that he agreed with the rioters' belief that the election was stolen from Trump, but didn't rule out the possibility that he inadvertently revealed the lawmakers' secure evacuation location.

"I can't say one hundred percent that I didn't do what you're telling me I did," the officer in question told internal investigators, per McClatchy.

Both the communications and leadership breakdowns by Capitol Police leadership and the actions of specific officers leading up to and on January 6 has been a focus of congressional committees probing the insurrection, and now, potentially the House Select Committee on January 6 as well.

Trust no one, G!!!
 
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