Parliamentarians held their first hearing on the riots on Tuesday
Youngstown, Ohio (WKBN) – It’s been almost three weeks since the riots struck the US Capitol in Washington, DC, killing five people, including police officers, and causing millions of dollars in damage.
Parliamentarians held their first hearing on the riots on Tuesday. Among the attendees was Tim Ryan, a member of the Valley of the 13th District, who chairs a subcommittee that funds the Capitol Police.
Ryan said there was no solution on Tuesday and called it the “beginning of the beginning.”
“I still have a lot of questions to bully. I need a little more research and I’m going to do that, but I think it was important to get started,” Ryan said.
One of the questions Congressmen want to answer is why police knew something was going to happen, but admitted that they weren’t ready to prevent it or take action after it started. Is called.
Rep. Tim Ryan at the first hearing on the Capitol riots
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