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Security officials to Senate to invade Capitol: "It was a coordinated attack"

Security officials testified Tuesday that they believe the January 6 riot at the Capitol was a "coordinated attack" as they were pressured by senators over the conditions that led to the security failure.

Former U.S. Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund, former Senate Sergeant Michael Stenger and former White House Sergeant Paul Irving, as well as Deputy Chief of Police Robert Contee, appeared Tuesday at the first Senate hearing on examining the "security failures" that led to infringement of the US Capitol.

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Committee Chairman Gary Peters, D-Mich., Asked officials if they believed the attack was coordinated.

"These people came with special equipment. They brought climbing equipment, explosive and sprays - they obviously came prepared, "said Sund. "The fact that the group attacked our Western Front 20 minutes before the Ellipse event shows that they were planning to succeed us in a disorganized situation."

Sund paid close attention to former President Trump's rally in Ellipse near White House just before the riots started. He also added that the Capitol police USA was dealing with two atomic bombs found in the perimeter of the house.

"I think it is obvious that there was coordination," Sund said.

Contee also said the riots used "gestures and radio communication" as well as "coordinated use" of chemicals.

"I think it was coordinated," Contee said, noting that "atomic bombs were placed in the area and everything that comes to light from his ongoing investigation." FBI. "

"As long as they continue to search for social media, we learn more and more about being a clearly coordinated one effortSaid Contee. And Irving agreed. "Based on information provided by Contee and Sund, I would agree, "said Irving. "Evidence shows a coordinated attack."

Peters said extremist groups such as the Oath Keepers and the Proud Boys have been identified in intelligence reports and that the commission plans to hold future hearings to discuss the issue.

The story in relation to what happened at the Capitol is known to all of us. Trump in a speech encouraged his supporters to protest his election Biden. The Capitol riots began on January 6, and Trump was tried on charges of inciting riots. Finally the Trump was acquitted, with 57 senators voting in favor. - less than the required two-thirds majority - and 43 to vote against him.

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