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These 16 police officers are being investigated over the Capitol riot

These 16 police officers are being investigated over the Capitol riot

1/15/2021 7:49:00 PM

These 16 police officers are being investigated over the Capitol riot

As the FBI steps up its investigations over those involved in the disorder, the behavior of some Capitol Police officers is also being scrutinized.

In another scene, a different officer appeared to pose for a selfie with rioters.Crime novelist Don Winslow offered a $20,000 rewardto anyone who can identify the officer.In a virtual news conference on Monday, Ryan said between 10 and 15 more Capitol officers were being scrutinized over their behavior during the riot.

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A still taken from a clip of a live broadcast made inside the U.S. Capitol after rioters breached police lines and stormed the building.UnknownCapitol Police acting Chief Yogananda Pittman said in a statement on Monday night that several officers were suspended and the department"has been actively reviewing video and other open source materials of some USCP officers and officials that appear to be in violation of Department regulations and policies.

"Our Office of Professional Responsibility will investigate these behaviors for disciplinary action, up to, and including, termination."Pittman replaced former Capitol Police chief Steven Sund last week, afterof the police response to the assault.

Most officers involved in policing the rally and disorder have been praised for their involvement.Texas police officerA Houston police officer has been relieved of duty pending a disciplinary hearing over his alleged role in the riot, according toCBSNews.

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo told CBS affiliate KHOU there was"a high probability this person will be charged with federal charges."Local police had thought the unnamed 18-year-old had attended the pro-Trump rally but not joined the rioting. However, a joint investigation with

agents found the officer had been among those who stormed the Capitol, KHOU reported.Texas jail lieutenantA Texas law enforcement officer is facing an internal affairs investigation and has been reported to the FBI in a bid to establish her role in events on January 6.

Jail lieutenant Roxanne Mathai, who has served eight years with Bexar County Sheriff's Office, posted pictures from the pro-Trump rally outside the Capitol building. She denies any involvement in the riot. Read more: Newsweek »

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So based on what job you have, the federal government of the United States can investigate you and sanction you and disgrace you. How about investigating people in healthcare. How about investigating lobbyists. How about investigating Criminals and leave their job out of it.