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The acting U.S. attorney for D.C. says his office has set up a 'strike force' to press federal charges against some members of the insurrectionist mob that attacked the Capitol. 'We're looking at significant felony cases tied to sedition and conspiracy.'

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Per article,?in'..U.S. Capitol attack is to what extent..rioters had an operational plan&even loose organization..'Per article,precedent shows hard to prove these two elements+notes if successful,may have unintended consequences,ironically hurt minorities' free speech in future These terrorists definitely need felony charges. The fact that there is denial of any wrongdoing here is absolutely asinine. Prosecute these people and use them as an example so that this can be avoided in the future.

Include Trump, Republicans, financial backers of transportation, hotel, food, expenses and Mercenaries fees. For every event! If campaign money, stimulus, taxpayer show it.