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There was a lot of violence in the US parliament on Thursday by Trump supporter rioters. Five people, including a woman and a police officer, were killed inside and outside Parliament. (File)
Violence may occur in the US ahead of President Elect Joe Biden’s swearing-in ceremony on January 20. President Trump’s supporters stormed and vandalized Parliament on Thursday. During this period, five people including a police officer were killed in violence inside and outside Parliament. Now a new revelation has been revealed in this matter. According to a CNN report, on Thursday, a truck was parked some distance (excluding two blocks) from the Parliament building. During its search, 11 indigenous bombs and some weapons were recovered.
The accused is a resident of Alabama
According to a CNN report, it was a small pickup truck. Its owner is a resident of Alabama. He has been arrested. 11 homemade bombs, an assault rifle and a handgun were seized from the truck. In such a situation, questions are being raised most on the role of police. According to the report, Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi was the target of this person. It is being said that these weapons were to be delivered to the pro-Trump rioters and the truck was therefore parked near Capitol Hill. Investigation is still going on in this case.
Case filed against 13 more people
Central investigative agencies identified 13 more rioters in Thursday’s violence. Cases have been filed against them. They also include an officer from West Virginia. The person has also been identified as the one who sat in the chair in Nancy Pelosi’s office. Some supporters of Trump are said to have brought petrol to Keynes on Thursday. Their intention may be to set fire to some places.
Danger is not averted
US security officials feel that violence can spread in the US even during Biden’s swearing-in ceremony. Surveillance has been increased in states such as Washington, Georgia, Kansas, Ohio, Michigan, California, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Wyoming and Texas.