DOJ Spending $6.1 Million On ‘Database’ For Capitol Riot Prosecutions

DOJ Spending $6.1 Million On ‘Database’ For Capitol Riot Prosecutions


The Department of Justice will shell out a whopping $6.1 million for a database of evidence to be used by prosecutors handling criminal cases stemming from the January 6th riot at the United States Capitol.

The DOJ has been clear that it views arresting, charging, and prosecuting alleged rioters as a high priority and, as The Daily Wire noted earlier Tuesdayhttps://www.dailywire.com/news/no-treason-or-sedition-charges-for-january-6th-capitol-rioters-report, the government has around 560 individuals in custody connected to the January 6th riot.

Despite leftists claims, however, the DOJ and federal prosecutors have yet to charge any of the 560 with “treason” or “sedition,” though, according to a database produced by Business Insider, some of the alleged rioters are facing serious charges of trespassing on federal property and obstructing justice.

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The most common charges include “entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds,” “disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds,” “engaging in physical violence in a restricted building or grounds,” “disorderly conduct in a Capitol building,”

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