FBI asks FDNY to name active or retired firefighters at Capitol siege

FBI asks FDNY to name active or retired firefighters at Capitol siege


The FBI is investigating whether active or retired FDNY firefighters took part in the siege at the US Capitol, The Post has learned.

The department issued a statement Saturday in response to questions about a photo posted to Twitter of a man wearing a jacket marked “FDNY Squad 252” on the back, standing near the entrance to the Capitol and carrying an American flag.

“The department received anonymous allegations that active or retired members were present at the events at the United States Capitol on January 6 and, as required, has provided that information to the FBI,” the statement said.

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Squad 252 is a Special Operations Command located at 617 Central Ave. in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

Dwyer said he could not identify the man — who is seen from behind — but was able to say the person was “not an active member of the department,”

A veteran FDNY member was appalled by the image.

“No FDNY firefighter should be

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