41 Minutes of Fear at the Capitol

Did American citizens feel the same fear during months of violent riots and protests in 2020?

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At 2:12 p.m. on Jan. 6, 2021 those who breached the Capitol building began climbing through a window they had smashed on the northwest side of the U.S. Capitol. “Go! Go! Go!” someone shouted as the rioters, some in military gear, streamed in.

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Officials in the House and Senate secured the doors of their respective chambers, but lawmakers were soon forced to retreat to undisclosed locations. Five people died, including a Capitol police officer. Another Capitol police officer committed suicide. In all, more than 50 officers were injured.

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