Police Reform Session Cancelled After Police Warn Of Possible Attack On Capitol
POLICE REFORM SESSION CANCELLED – A month into the riot in the U.S. Capitol, police warned of a another plot to attack.
Last month, hundreds of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol as lawmakers were about to cement Joe Biden’s win as presidency. But, despite Biden’s win, a strong political divide is still present.
This time, the U.S. House of Representatives cancelled their session on police reform after receiving a warning from police. According to a House Democratic aid, police warned that an identified militia group was plotting to attack the capitol.
Police reform is among the most controversial topics in the United States. For the longest time, people have been looking out for police abuse. However, most Trump supporters don’t want a reform to happen.
As such, Capitol Intelligence said that they took the intelligence seriously. But, the agency did not disclose where, how, and what the nature of the intelligence is.
Furthermore, it said that they are collaborating with local and federal bodies to “stop any threats to the Capitol. Additionally, the Capitol police stated in announcement that:
The United States Capitol Police Department is aware of and prepared for any potential threats towards members of Congress or towards the Capitol complex.
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