A tall one fence security will be re-established by the police around Capitol in view of a march scheduled for next week by supporters of the accused for the January 6 episodes.
The security fence was erected after the incidents and removed in July, after six months. However, according to the Athens News Agency, he will return for the upcoming “Justice for January 6” march scheduled for September 18 to support people facing a series of criminal charges of violence, according to the sources, who spoke anonymously.
A Democratic aide in Congress said information had been gathered that suggested several right-wing groups were planning to take part in the protest and might “target police”. These groups may include organizations Oath Keepers and Proud Boys, according to the same assistant.
The Jan. 6 rioters sought to prevent Congress from formally ratifying the president’s victory. Joe Biden in the November 2020 election against Trump, who misleadingly claimed that widespread electoral fraud had taken place. The rioters clashed with police, attacking some police officers as they stormed the Capitol, forcing members of Congress and then-Vice President Mike Pence to flee the building for security reasons.
Four people lost their lives in the invasion of the Capitol. A police officer who had been attacked by protesters died the next day, while four police officers defending the Capitol later committed suicide.
Capitol police said in a statement on Wednesday that “a dynamic police presence is planned for the march, which will include the enhanced presence of security authorities.