I haven’t been able to listen to Attorney General Merrick Garland’s entire speech. but I will soon as I can. But it’s not tonight, …
still I thought it was important to start a timely thread on AG Garland’s efforts. I’ll bet it’s going to get interesting.
Understand the Jan. 6 Investigation
Both the Justice Department and a House select committee are investigating the events of the Capitol riot. Here’s where they stand:
- Inside the House Inquiry : From a nondescript office building, the panel has been quietly ramping up its sprawling and elaborate investigation.
- Criminal Referrals, Explained : Can the House inquiry end in criminal charges? These are some of the issues confronting the committee.
- Garland’s Remarks: Facing pressure from Democrats, Attorney General Merrick Garland vowed that the D.O.J. would pursue its inquiry into the riot “at any level.”
- A Big Question Remains: Will the Justice Department move beyond charging the rioters themselves?
From what I’ve heard, it sounded pretty impressive, and that’s coming from one of the impatient ones. Still law and order and justice and protecting our government is important and experts are experts, and be it law, or justice, or science, it takes time to collect the facts, process them, and move forward.
Anyone here listen to it? Any thoughts on things that Garland spoke about?