The lawsuit was originally filed by Congressman Bennie Thompson and the National Association for the Development of Colored People (NAACP), accusing Trump and Giuliani of conspiring with extremist organizations Proud Boys and Oath Keepers to instigate attacks.
Madrid (EUROPA PRESS). -When the Capitol was attacked by supporters of former President Donald Trump on January 6, ten U.S. congressmen in the Capitol joined in targeting the former president and his former personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani ( Rudy Giuliani) incited violent lawsuits.
Specifically, the lawsuit originally filed by Congressman Bennie Thompson and the National Association of Colored People (NAACP) accused Trump and Gulianii of conspiring with these groups and extremists Proud Boys. And the swearer incited the attack.
The introduction details the personal experiences of each member of Congress when they were on Capitol Hill on January 6, and described how they escaped the mob. A few months later, some people continued to have nightmares and anxiety.
He clarified: “The invasion is a direct result of Donald Trump’s remarks and remarks.” He emphasized that the tycoon called on his supporters to go to the capital Washington on a designated date and expressed a “strong” message. Obstructed the “operation” of the U.S. Constitution.
In the briefing, Cohen revealed that he fled into the hands of Trump supporters. They fled to Trump’s office, sat there, turned off the lights, and held a baseball bat to protect themselves. Three hours”.
In addition to Cohen, Congressman Karen Bass also filed a lawsuit. Bonnie Watson Colema (New Jersey); Verónica Escobar (Texas); Hansen Jr. (Georgia); Marcy Kaptur (Ohio); Barbara Lee (California); Jerry Nadler (New York); Pramila Jayapal (Washington); and Maxine Waters (California).
When Congress held a joint meeting to approve Joe Biden’s victory in the November 3 presidential election, Trump supporters swept the Capitol. The former president has repeatedly rejected the results of the election, pointing out that there is “fraud”, although no evidence of this has been provided.
The incident resulted in five deaths. At least 280 people have been arrested on suspicion of participating in the attack on the Capitol, and more than 300 people have been charged.