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J6 Evidence Disappears Witness Videos Vanished, Transcripts Heavily Redacted By White House


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Videotapes of witness interviews that the Democrat-led Jan. 6 congressional committee conducted have vanished, raising concerns for the chairman of the successor House panel that is now examining security failures related to the Capitol riot as well as possible implications for upcoming criminal trials.

“All of the videotapes of all depositions are gone,” Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., chairman of the House Administration oversight subcommittee, told the "Just the News, No Noise" television show Thursday night.

Loudermilk said he believes under the House rules the videotapes qualified as congressional evidence because some clips were aired at hearings, and all the tapes should have been preserved by the now-defunct J6 committee and its chairman, Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss.

Thompson did not return a request for comment from Just the News left with his office.:snip:

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Democrats' star J6 witness Cassidy Hutchinson made significant changes to her story, memo shows

Three months after she testified as the Democrats' star witness at the Jan. 6 congressional hearings, former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson submitted significant changes to statements and information she had provided in transcribed interviews with the U.S. House of Representatives dating to February 2022, according to an errata sheet reviewed by Just the News that was kept from the American public. 

The 15-page-long errata sheet, uncovered recently by Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., includes significant changes to Hutchinson's account of key events in the Capitol riot drama, including what Secret Service vehicle transported Donald Trump to the Jan. 6, 2021 rally, whether guns were at the Washington D.C. rally that preceded the riot, and what she knew about a meeting where "Hang Mike Pence" chants were allegedly made.:snip:

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Capital Crime and Cover-Up: Where are the J6 Committee Videos? - Julie Kelly

Special Counsel Jack Smith’s criminal case against Donald Trump for the events of January 6 is inextricably tied to the work of the special House committee that conducted an 18-month investigation into what happened before, on, and after that day.

In fact, one could safely argue that Smith lifted much of the language directly from the committee’s findings to prepare his 45-page indictment. Three of the four criminal referrals made by the committee, formed by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in June 2021, are reflected in Smith’s indictment. As Kyle Cheney, Politico’s legal affairs reporter recently noted, “the words in Smith’s filing are almost verbatim the case that the committee’s vice chair, Liz Cheney, made at the panel’s first public hearing.”

Before the committee wrapped up in December 2022, Smith, appointed by Attorney General Merrick Garland the month before, asked the committee to turn over all its investigative material to the special counsel’s office.

So, the symbiotic relationship between the DOJ and Pelosi’s committee is well-documented—which should raise plenty of eyebrows now that Representative Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga) has publicly confirmed the recorded interviews of roughly 1,000 witnesses are missing. “All of the videotapes of all depositions are gone,” Loudermilk, chairman of the Oversight Subcommittee for the House Administration Committee, told Just the News on Thursday night.

 

Loudermilk first learned the videos had not been preserved in a letter sent by Rep. Bennie Thompson, chairman of the now defunct committee.

“The Select Committee was not obligated to archive all video recordings of transcribed interviews or depositions,” Thompson informed Loudermilk in July. “Based on guidance from House authorities, the Select Committee determined that the written transcripts provided by nonpartisan, professional official reporters, which the witnesses and Select Committee staff had the opportunity to review for errata, were the official, permanent records of transcribed interviews and depositions.”

Thompson’s claim, however, appears to violate both House rules as well as the legislation that created the committee. The resolution stated that “the records of the Select Committee shall become the records of such committee or committees designated by the Speaker,”—in other words, Loudermilk’s committee after Republicans won control of the House.:snip:

 

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7 minutes ago, Geee said:

Capital Crime and Cover-Up: Where are the J6 Committee Videos? - Julie Kelly

So, the symbiotic relationship between the DOJ and Pelosi’s committee is well-documented—which should raise plenty of eyebrows now that Representative Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga) has publicly confirmed the recorded interviews of roughly 1,000 witnesses are missing. “All of the videotapes of all depositions are gone,” Loudermilk, chairman of the Oversight Subcommittee for the House Administration Committee, told Just the News on Thursday night.

 

Someone should let the DOJ know so they can start an investigation!

The Sad Fact is by the time The Whole story of J-6 comes out You & I (and  everyone involved) will  be dead.

All I can say, based on what I KNOW The Democrats and "Deep State" set up a Trap and Donald Trump Walked Right Into It. I recall saying when I 1st hear about The Trump Rally, saying This Was  A Bad Idea, and Nothing Good Was Going To Come Of It.

 

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1 hour ago, Valin said:

The Sad Fact is by the time The Whole story of J-6 comes out You & I (and  everyone involved) will  be dead.

AND no one will care anymore - is anyone calling for action on the Kennedy assassination???

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18 hours ago, Valin said:

 

@Geee

I'm STILL trying to figure out Why the Age Restriction?

 Don't believe there was a 2nd gunman on The Grassy Knoll. I believe Lee Harvey acted alone having been set up by  Sam "Momo" Giancana (Chicago), Santo Trafficante (Fla.) Jr.,  Carlos the little man Marcello (New Orleans). 

(As  Always I..Could..Be..Wrong)

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Biden’s DOJ arrests prominent conservative actor for attending Jan 6 protests THREE YEARS later

On Thursday, the FBI arrested conservative actor Siaka Massaquoi and charged him with four misdemeanors stemming from his presence at the U.S. Capitol building on Jan 6. 

According to a GiveSendGo account to raise money for his legal defense, Massaquoi and his pregnant wife Charlotte were on their way home from attending the Daily Wire's Lady Ballers movie premier when the FBI arrested him. 

"Charlotte was told the charges had to do with January 6th; however, she was not presented with any arrest warrant," the site says. "Siaka was taken to Monterey Park Jail where he stayed overnight and was told that he was being charged for four misdemeanors pertaining to his presence outside of the Capital Building in Washington, D.C. on January 6th." 

The FBI raided Massaquoi's home three years ago, but he was never charged until now. "This family has been through so many ups and downs, a circus would be a more appropriate term for the turmoil and unnecessary display of government overreach that they have had to endure," the statement said. 

Massaquoi shared a Jan. 6, 2021 video on X from where you can see him helping police direct people out of the capital with the caption, "Witness why I was raided 2 years ago and recently arrested and charged Nov 30th 2023 almost 3 years later.":snip:

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1 hour ago, Geee said:

Biden’s DOJ arrests prominent conservative actor for attending Jan 6 protests THREE YEARS later

On Thursday, the FBI arrested conservative actor Siaka Massaquoi and charged him with four misdemeanors stemming from his presence at the U.S. Capitol building on Jan 6.

FBI got nothing  better to do?

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More and more this sure looks like The Truth.

 

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1 hour ago, Geee said:

Biden’s DOJ arrests prominent conservative actor for attending Jan 6 protests THREE YEARS later

On Thursday, the FBI arrested conservative actor Siaka Massaquoi and charged him with four misdemeanors stemming from his presence at the U.S. Capitol building on Jan 6.

Are Federal Crimes Classified as Misdemeanors and Felonies?

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A few examples of federal misdemeanors include:

  • Simple assault on certain officers or employees (18 U.S.C. § 111😞 Assaulting, resisting, impeding, intimidating, or interfering with a United States officer or employee. Punishments include incarceration for up to 1 year.
  • Simple possession (21 U.S.C. § 844😞 Having a small amount of a controlled substance. A person found guilty of the offense can be sentenced to incarceration for not more than 1 year.
  • Willfully failing to file a tax return or pay taxes (26 U.S.C. § 7203😞 Sending their federal return or paying the required obligation. The offense is a misdemeanor punishable by a term of incarceration not to exceed 1 year.
  • Counterfeiting military discharge papers (18 U.S.C. § 498😞 Creating, using, possessing, or presenting fake or altered discharge papers from the military or naval service. Penalties include incarceration for up to 1 year.
  • Intimidation of voters (18 U.S.C. § 594😞 Threatening or coercing a person to influence how they vote in a federal election. The term of incarceration upon a conviction cannot exceed 1 year.
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Former Capitol Police Officer Blows J6 Narrative Wide Open With Release of New Audio

:snip:The audio backs up criticism against the Capitol Police that it failed to take decisive action on Jan. 6 despite having been warned about potential violence previously. He also called out Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger for opposing the release of the J6 footage and using non-disclosure agreements to keep officers silent.:snip:

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@Valin They (the Dems) categorize the police officers that committed suicide as deaths due to J6. I have been thinking for quite a while that conscience is what these officers suffered from. I think they were men dedicated to the profession that were bound (non-disclosure) to not tell the truth about what actually happened that day and they felt ashamed and dishonored by it. 

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