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“During the attack on the Capitol, many police officers at the Capitol did not draw their weapons. If there is a breach around the perimeter of the inauguration," Scott Pelley asks the Acting DHS Deputy Secretary, “is that what we're going to see?”
The Center for the Intrepid—part of @BrookeArmyMed—opened in '07 for service members w/ serious injuries, like the one Alex Smith had. He & his wife @lizbsmith11 are trying to raise $ for CFI by donating 100% of the proceeds from a new clothing line .
Quarterback Alex Smith is now raising money for the Center for the Intrepid through a clothing line:
The Center for the Intrepid is a rehab facility for servicemen and women with severe burn and limb injuries. The chief PT who worked with Washington QB Alex Smith says Smith’s leg fracture was similar to what he’s seen in soldiers with blast trauma.
With stage two sepsis, a spiking fever, and a severe bacterial infection in his injured leg, Washington QB Alex Smith’s life was in danger. Doctors said an amputation might be needed, but Smith wanted to fight to keep it, and had 8 surgeries in 10 days.
“I have recommended to the legislators that I know that they… purchase Kevlar vests, purchase helmets, perhaps gas masks,” says Michigan AG Dana Nessel, who says she wasn’t surprised by the Capitol attack after seeing domestic terrorism threats in Mich.
The FBI sent warnings to law enforcement across the country about planned armed protests of the inauguration in all 50 states. “These people are still out there. Their grievances are still real to them,” says the Anti-Defamation League’s Oren Segal.
When pleading for immediate National Guard assistance while a mob stormed the Capitol, the Capitol Police chief says an Army representative told him, “I don't like the optics of National Guard standing in line with the Capitol Building behind them.”
Days before the Capitol siege, an internal Capitol Police intel report — obtained by the Washington Post & confirmed by 60 Minutes — warned the rally could get violent. But then-Capitol Police Chief Sund says he thought he had a sufficient plan in place.
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