From off-duty police to firefighters, state lawmakers, teachers, municipal workers and at least one active-duty military officer, dozens of public servants from across the U.S. joined the protests in Washington that turned into a siege on the Capitol
@Reuters I saw the live videos it was not a siege. Portland, Los Angeles, New York was a siege
@Reuters they clearly don’t take being a public servant seriously, they are part of systematic issues
@Reuters It didn't "turn into a siege" it was always planned to be a siege.
At least 50 elected officials and others in public sector jobs are facing internal inquiries or investigations that, in some cases, have resulted in temporary suspensions pending investigations, based on @Reuters examination of public statements, news reports and video footage
At least two Capitol police officers have been suspended and more than a dozen others are under investigation for alleged dereliction of duty or aiding or abetting rioters by @LindaSoReports @andreajanuta and @MJBerens1