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Far-right organizations are being sued for storming the Capitol

Far-right organizations are being sued for storming the Capitol

There are 31 members of the radical groups The Proud Boys and Oath Keepers who will be tried for their actions on January 6, 2021.

Prosecutor Karl Racine told Reuters that they had caused material damage to the city and that he would try to ensure that they received “heavy” penalties for their actions. In his lawsuit in the Washington District Court, the attorney general is asking the court to identify 31 people who are liable to compensate the US capital for the costs required for the police to rush into the storm, plus all sick pay and compensation for surrogates used while injured police officers were cared for in the hospital.

Three policemen, however, under CNN said the storm and 140 others were injured.

This is just one of a series of lawsuits against those responsible for the storm. This summer, the Capitol Committee began investigating events in Washington. More than 500 people are accused of participating.

On January 6th of this year, then-President of the United States Donald Trump gave a speech in Washington, D.C. where he promised to provide proof of his victory in the 2020 presidential election, not Joe Biden. To shoot a lot and have them head to the Capitol to finally storm the Capitol.

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