Investigation panel considers Trump responsible, will be convicted or not, Justice Department will decide
A special select committee investigating the violence that took place on January 6, 2021 outside the premises of the US Capitol Building (US Parliament House) in Washington held its final hearing on Monday.
A special select committee investigating the violence that took place on January 6, 2021 outside the premises of the US Capitol Building (US Parliament House) in Washington held its final hearing on Monday. Liz Cheney, vice chair of the investigative panel, said the evidence points to a "gross moral failure" by former President Donald Trump. He said that Donald Trump is responsible for the Capitol Hill incident. They did not intervene when the violence was taking place. A US House of Representatives panel asked federal prosecutors to charge former President Donald Trump with obstruction and sedition for his role in the Capitol attack.
Whether Trump will be convicted depends on the Justice Department, the House committee probing the January 6 riots has agreed to approve a referral for further action on several criminal charges against former US President Donald Trump, reports CNN. Voted. While it will be up to the Justice Department to indict Trump or not, the US Congress will release its final report on Wednesday with findings from its investigation that could help understand the case against the former president.
The investigation panel considered Trump responsible
The investigation panel said that Trump was ultimately responsible for the attack. Numerous evidences have been gathered to prove this fact to the public and the Department of Justice, which proves why Trump should be prosecuted for multiple crimes. The committee held its final public session on Monday to lay out the final report of the panel's detailed investigation into Trump's role in the riots and violence, reports CNN.
Attorney General Merrick Garland will hold a final hearing
The referral would be largely symbolic in nature-since the panel lacks prosecutorial powers and the Department of Justice (DOJ) does not require referrals from Congress to investigate crimes. Members of the probe committee insisted that the move was a way of recording their views. Attorney General Merrick Garland will have final hearing on decisions to frame charges.
The committee repeatedly used strong language to describe Trump's intent, saying that he intentionally disseminated false allegations of fraud to fuel his efforts to overturn the 2020 election and to embezzle approximately US$250 million. Successfully received political contributions. These false claims incited his supporters to violence on 6 January.
The report will be released on Wednesday, according to the CNN report, the full report is based on documents collected including more than 1000 interviews, emails, texts, phone records and other material gathered during the investigation and a year and a half investigation by the nine-member bipartisan committee has been prepared, which will be released on Wednesday. About 140 police officers were attacked
On January 6, 2021, thousands of individuals mostly Trump supporters. They stormed Capitol Hill in Washington DC and disrupted a joint session of Congress in the process of ratifying the 2020 presidential election results. Dozens of people were injured in this incident, including policemen. About 140 police officers were attacked in the Capitol attack, including about 80 from the US Capitol Police and 60 from the Metropolitan Police Department.