Victoria Sturm (* 4. April in Ost-Berlin) ist eine deutsche Filmschauspielerin und Shane McCutcheon (Katherine Moennig) in der Serie The L Word – Wenn Frauen Frauen lieben und 20Kate Beckett (Stana Katić) in Castle. Victoria Sturm ist eine deutsche Filmschauspielerin und Synchronsprecherin. Die Schauspielerin und Synchronsprecherin Victoria Sturm ist den meisten wohl Aber auch in spannenden US-Krimi-Serien wie „Castle“ oder „Numbers“.
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About 30 minutes later, another pipe bomb was found under a bush at the Democratic National Committee DNC headquarters.
The mob that stormed the Capitol consisted of some of Trump's longtime and most fervent supporters, coming from across the United States.
Included in the group were some convicted criminals, including a man who had been released from a Florida prison after serving a sentence for attempted murder.
Neo-Nazi and Völkisch -inspired neopagan apparel was also worn by some participants during the riots, including a shirt emblazoned with references to the Auschwitz—Birkenau concentration camp and its motto, Arbeit macht frei German for "work makes you free".
An academic analysis reported in The Atlantic found that 89 percent of the people who were arrested for invading the Capitol had no clear public connection to established far-right militias, known white-nationalist gangs, or any other known militant organizations.
The researchers concluded that these "middle-aged, middle-class insurrectionists" represented "a new force in American politics—not merely a mix of right-wing organizations, but a broader mass political movement that has violence at its core and draws strength even from places where Trump supporters are in the minority.
The Associated Press reviewed public and online records of more than participants after the storming and found that many of them shared conspiracy theories about the presidential election on social media and had also believed other "QAnon" and "deep state" conspiracy theories.
Additionally, several had threatened Democratic and Republican politicians before the storming. Some military personnel participated in the riot;  the Department of Defense is investigating members on active and reserve duty who may have been involved in the riot.
Court charges filed by federal prosecutors against members of the Oath Keepers militia who stormed the capital indicated that the militiamen were updated via Facebook messages on the location of lawmakers as they were evacuated, and relayed communications such as "We have about of us.
We are sticking together and sticking to the plan" and "All members are in the tunnels under capital seal them in. Turn on gas".
Members of the right-wing Tea Party Patriots-backed group America's Frontline Doctors , including founder Simone Gold and communications director John Strand, were arrested in connection with the assault on the Capitol.
Some Trump loyalists falsely claimed that antifa had staged the incident as a false flag operation to implicate Trump supporters.
At least sixteen Republican current and former state legislators were present at the event, including West Virginia State Senator Mike Azinger , Nevada State Assemblywoman Annie Black , Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase , Maryland Delegate Daniel L.
Cox , Alaska State Representative David Eastman , West Virginia Delegate Derrick Evans , Colorado State Representative-elect Ron Hanks , Missouri State Representative Justin Hill , Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem , Virginia State Delegate Dave LaRock , Michigan State Representative Matt Maddock , Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano , and Tennessee Representative Terri Lynn Weaver , as well as outgoing Georgia State Representative Vernon Jones a former Democrat who announced at the rally that he had joined the Republican Party , outgoing Arizona State Representative Anthony Kern , and former Pennsylvania State Representative Rick Saccone.
Weaver claimed to have been "in the thick of it" and Evans filmed himself entering the Capitol alongside rioters. All denied participating in acts of violence.
Trump, who had spent previous weeks promoting the "Save America" rally,  was "initially pleased" when his supporters breached the Capitol and refused to intercede,  but also "expressed disgust on aesthetic grounds" over the "low class" appearance of the supporters involved in the rioting.
EST, as the riot was going on and after senators had been evacuated from the Senate floor, Trump phoned Senators Mike Lee R-UT and Tommy Tuberville R-AL , asking them to make more objections to the counting of the electoral votes to try to overturn the election.
They are truly on the side of our Country. Stay peaceful! Trump was in the West Wing of the White House at the time. A close adviser to Trump said the president was not taking many phone calls.
When Trump watches television, the adviser explained, he will pause a recorded program to take a phone call, but "if it's live TV, he watches it, and he was just watching it all unfold.
Capitol to remain peaceful. No violence! Lindsey Graham later told the Washington Post that "it took [Trump] awhile to appreciate the gravity of the situation In it, he praised his supporters and repeated his claims of electoral fraud, saying: "This was a fraudulent election, but we can't play into the hands of these people.
We have to have peace. So go home. We love you. You're very special. You've seen what happens. You see the way others are treated that are so bad and so evil.
I know how you feel. But go home and go home in peace. Remember this day forever! Giuliani said: "I know they're reconvening at 8 tonight, but it During the riots Representative Lauren Boebert R-CO posted on Twitter some information about the police response and the location of members, including the fact that Speaker Pelosi had been taken out of the chamber, for which she has faced calls to resign for endangering members.
Representative Ayanna Pressley left the congressional safe room for fear of other members there "who incited the mob in the first place". While sheltering for hours in the "safe room" — a cramped, windowless room where people sat within arms' length of each other — some Republican Congress members refused to wear facemasks , even when their Democratic colleagues begged them to.
During the following week, three Democratic members tested positive for the coronavirus. An environmental health expert described the situation as a "superspreader" event.
Sund joined a conference call with D. However, Lt. Walter E. Piatt , Director of the Army Staff , said he could not recommend that Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy approve the request, telling Sund and others "I don't like the visual of the National Guard standing a police line with the Capitol in the background".
Charles A. Flynn , brother of retired Lt. Michael Flynn , was also on the phone call. Armed DHS agents were on standby near the Capitol in case of unrest, but were not deployed until after the violence had subsided.
Pentagon officials reportedly restricted D. National Guard to quell violence. It took over three hours for police to retake control of the Capitol, using riot gear, shields, and batons,  and up to eight hours to fully clear the Capitol and its grounds.
Metropolitan Police Department ,  which sent officers over a quarter of the total force to the Capitol during the insurrection, along with an additional officers to the Capitol grounds.
As police continued to try to push rioters away from the Capitol, protests continued, with some moving out of the Capitol Hill area.
Some verbal and physical attacks on reporters were reported, with attackers denigrating media outlets as providing " fake news ". We could absolutely fucking destroy you!
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo pledged to deploy a thousand members of the New York National Guard to D. McCarthy announced that a fence would be built around the Capitol, and remain in place for at least 30 days; construction of the fence began that same day.
McCarthy also said New Jersey National Guard troops would be mobilized, as would troops from the Delaware , New York , and Pennsylvania National Guards.
By the end of the day, police had arrested 61 people for "unrest-related" offenses, with about half of these arrests occurring on the Capitol grounds.
A vehicle containing a semi-automatic rifle and a cooler full of eleven Molotov cocktails was also found nearby.
Congress reconvened in the evening of January 6 after the Capitol was cleared of trespassers. EST, saying that the Senate refused to be intimidated, and that it would count the electors and declare the president "tonight", after two hours of debate on the objection to the Arizona electors.
He called the vote the most consequential in his plus years of congressional service. Kennedy voting against.
Again, all of the votes in favor were Republican, while this time, only 64 Republicans voted against and Democrats voted against. Five people died or were fatally injured during the event: one was a Capitol Police officer, and four were among those who stormed or protested at the Capitol.
Metro police officers during the attack, including one who remained hospitalized five days after the attack. Many police officers were attacked with bear spray , a highly concentrated form of pepper spray stronger than the tear gas typically carried by officers.
Metro officer was hit six times with a stun gun and suffered an apparent heart attack. One of the most intense of the many violent incidents occurred shortly after 2 p.
There, rioters dragged three D. Metro police officers out of formation and down a set of stairs, trapped them in a crowd, and assaulted them with improvised weapons including hockey sticks, crutches, flags, poles, sticks, and stolen police shields as the mob chanted "police stand down!
Capitol Police officer Brian D. Sicknick , 42, a year veteran of the force, died as a result of injuries sustained while engaging with protesters.
The exact cause of his injuries has not been made public. He was later placed on life support,  but died the following day. During the riot, Ashli Elizabeth Babbitt, a year-old Air Force veteran from San Diego ,    was fatally shot by Capitol Police as she attempted to climb through a shattered window in a barricaded door leading into the Speaker's Lobby, which has direct access to the House floor.
Metropolitan Police Department launched an investigation into the death,  and the officer who shot her was placed on administrative leave pending the investigation.
Lin Wood , have claimed that Babbitt is still alive and that her apparent death was a " false flag " operation. Three others also died: Rosanne Boyland, 34, of Kennesaw, Georgia ; Kevin Greeson, 55, from Athens, Alabama ; and Benjamin Philips, 50, of Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.
Morale among the Capitol Police plummeted after the riots. The department responded to "a couple of incidents" where officers threatened to harm themselves; one officer turned in her weapon because she feared what she would do with it.
Rioters stormed the offices of Nancy Pelosi, flipping tables and ripping photos from walls;   the office of the Senate Parliamentarian was ransacked;  art was looted;  and feces was tracked into several hallways.
The rioters caused extensive physical damage. The AOC reported interior damage from the riot specifically broken glass, broken doors, and graffiti , and also reported that some statues, paintings, and historic benches "displayed the residue of various pepper sprays , tear gas and fire extinguishers deployed by both rioters and law enforcement personnel.
ABC News reported that the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms ATF had recovered several improvised explosive devices intended to cause serious harm, and were looking at those in the mob that were trained perhaps in the military and more intent on causing serious harm, including harming Vice President Pence.
ABC analyst and retired CIA officer Mick Mulroy said the FBI would likely be conducting a full counterintelligence sweep on all those who participated in the assault to determine possible foreign intelligence ties, as they may have taken sensitive information from the congressional offices.
A laptop owned by Senator Jeff Merkley D- OR was stolen. Representative Anna Eshoo D— CA said in a statement that "[i]mages on social media and in the press of vigilantes accessing congressional computers are worrying" and that she had asked the Chief Administrative Officer of the House CAO "to conduct a full assessment of threats based on what transpired".
One protester was arrested on charges of theft. It was alleged that she had stolen a laptop or hard drive from Pelosi's office with the intention of sending it to a friend in Russia for sale to the country's foreign intelligence service.
Signs, flags, stickers, Pelosi's damaged nameplate, and other items left behind from the riot will be preserved as historical artifacts in the collections of the House and Senate and those of national museums.
Hartig , director of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History , said that the Smithsonian would seek to collect and preserve "objects and stories that help future generations remember and contextualize Jan.
In the statement, he condemned the violence at the Capitol, saying that "a new administration will be inaugurated", which was widely seen as a concession, and that his "focus now turns to ensuring a smooth, orderly, and seamless transition of power" to the Biden administration.
In another unusual move, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley and all of the other Joint Chiefs [a] issued a statement on January 12 condemning the storming of the Capitol, reminding personnel of their sworn obligation to support and defend the Constitution, that Biden was about to become their commander-in-chief and stating that "the rights of freedom of speech and assembly do not give anyone the right to resort to violence, sedition and insurrection.
House Speaker Pelosi had the flags at the Capitol lowered to half-staff in Sicknick's honor. Over 70 other countries and international organizations expressed their concerns over the protests and condemned the violence, with some specifically condemning Trump's own role in inciting the attack.
Many media outlets worldwide described the storming as "anarchy", including British newspaper i and Canadian newspaper Ottawa Sun.
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