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The FBI seeks public help to identify those who hit Congress.

The FBI seeks public help to identify those who hit Congress.

Members of the New York Army National Guards prepare to close a road near the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021. Washington's mayor,聽Muriel Bowser, urged residents not to engage with any protesters "seeking confrontation" and requested National聽Guard聽help in anticipation of potential violence in tied to protests as Congress meets to certify聽Joe Biden聽as the next U.S. president. Photographer: Erin Scott/Bloomberg via Getty Images

According to NBC News, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) issued a statement on the evening of the 6th local time, calling on citizens to provide information about the “thugs” who captured the Capitol.

According to the report, the FBI statement said that it was seeking information help from the outside world to identify those who stormed the Capitol. According to the report, only a few of the shockers have been arrested so far.

On the afternoon of January 6th local time, hundreds of protesters gathered in Washington, D.C., to demonstrate in support of Trump to put pressure on the joint session of Congress.

Subsequently, the demonstration turned violent, some demonstrators broke into the U.S. Capitol and the ongoing electoral vote certification process was suspended.

Later, as protesters evacuated from the Capitol after the curfew in Washington, D.C., the chaos of Congress ended and the joint meeting resumed.

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