If you thought Capitol Hill was done questioning authorities about what happened during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot attacks, guess again. Lawmakers were back at it this week with a new round of questioning.
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At a Senate hearing Tuesday, FBI Director Christopher Wray described an ominous warning the night before the Capitol riots about the prospect for extreme violence as “raw, unverified uncorroborated information” — but claimed that the bureau’s report was shared extensively with Capitol police and other authorities across the country.
But wait: Last week, former U.S. Capitol Police chief Steven Sund told a separate Senate committee that the intelligence never made it to him and others before the attack that left five dead, including Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick.
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