G. Gordon Liddy, a former FBI agent, was convicted of conspiracy, burglary, and illegal wiretapping for his role in the Watergate break-in.
On Tuesday, the FBI has released a new surveillance video of the person suspected of placing pipe bombs at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee and the Democratic National Committee in January 2021.It shows the suspected pipe bomber the evening of 5th January, walking along residential Capitol Hill streets and sitting on a bench, fiddling with something at his feet.The FBI issued a press release and said, “The FBI is asking the public to watch the videos of this person, you may recognize their gait, body language, or mannerisms.We are asking the public to come forward with any information that could assist us, including any odd or out-of-character behavior you noticed in a family member, friend, or coworker, leading up to or after 5th January”.The suspected bomber can be seen on a residential sidewalk standing beside a backpack, allegedly used to transport the bombs in the released video.The FBI said the suspect may have entered a vehicle or taken an item from a vehicle and placed it into the backpack.The authorities said 2 pipe bombs were found at the DNC and RNC headquarters at around 1 pm on 6th January, as Capitol rioters started to breach police barricades around the outer perimeter of the US Capitol.
The suspect, captured on camera at different points, is accused of placing the pipe bombs at the offices the night before the January 6 insurrection.
In Brnovich vs. Democratic National Committee, the Court will rule whether two Arizona voting restrictions violate Section 2 of the VRA.
The former head of the Democratic National Committee said, when it comes to how his party chooses a nominee, "the status quo is clearly unacceptable."
Investigators are looking into the possibility that the bombs were meant to be a distraction to get law enforcement away from the Capitol
The bureau is seeking the public's help in identifying people involved in the Washington, DC, incident. Meanwhile, the DC police say over 17,000 tips have come in.
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Amid DC rioting, a pipe bomb was found at the RNC headquarters, while the DNC was evacuated over a suspicious package, The New York Times reported.
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge A Russian hacking group known as Fancy Bear targeted the emails of Democratic state parties in Indiana and California earlier this year as well as progressive think tanks, Reuters reported. The attempts were apparently not successful and were flagged by Microsoft, according to Reuters, with targets that included the Council on Foreign Relations, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and the Center for American Progress. The Russian embassy denied the allegations to Reuters, calling it “fake news.” Fancy Bear has been connected to GRU, a Russian military intelligence agency, and in 2018, the Department of Justice indicted 12 members of GRU for hacking the Clinton campaign and the DNC. Fancy Bear was previously linked to the... Continue reading…
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The coronavirus pandemic forces both parties to rethink their national conventions.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced both parties to rethink their national conventions.
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