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Kenwood Press in Washington DC

Kenwood Press in Washington DC
Following the June 21 Select Committee hearing investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol at the Cannon House Office Building, Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn and DC Metropolitan Police Officer Daniel Hodges flank Kenwood’s Anne Coffelt while reading the latest news in theKenwood Press.Both Dunn, left, and Hodges, right, testified before the Jan. 6 Committee last summer to recount their experiences defending the Capitol and attended the first primetime Jan. 6 hearing on June 9 to support their fellow officer, Caroline Edwards, as she graphically testified before the committee and the American public. “… It was carnage, it was chaos,” she said. Coffelt flew to Washington to attend the historic hearings in person, but the Cannon Caucus Room allows just 12 public seats, which include seating for members of Congress and other Capitol staff, so she contented herself with the high drama of simply waiting in the public line with fellow political pilgrims, observing and interacting with members and staff of the Jan. 6 Committee and witnesses as they entered and exited the building. Coffelt, who “attended” the first four public hearings, was able to personally thank committee chair Bennie Thompson and committee member Zoe Lofgren for their work presenting the investigation of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol to the American public.Source: Anne Coffelt

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