The final report of the Jan. 6 select committee looking into the incident at the US Capitol will be made public on Dec. 21, according to the panel’s chair, Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss. ), on Wednesday.
Why The eight-chapter report must be the result of a year and a half’s worth of work by the panel, which involved thousands of documents and other kinds of tangible evidence, hundreds of depositions, and thousands of pages.
- It is anticipated to focus on former president Trump’s suspected involvement in the violence at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, as well as his extensive campaign to rig the 2020 election.
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What they’re saying: During a press conference at the Capitol, Thompson stated that a “formal presentation” will precede the report’s release.
- He said we haven’t decided exactly how there will be a public presentation, but there will be one.
- Thompson stated that the panel could also decide to submit criminal cases to the Department of Justice on the same day.
What we’re watching: Thompson said that the committee would make public any findings that don’t make the final report, even if many of them may be left on the cutting room floor.
- Thompson said we’ll offer a way for the general public to access it.
- When questioned about House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) request that the committee keeps its conclusions secret, which may indicate an upcoming GOP investigation, Thompson responded, “He’s the public. He only needs to go online to access it if he wants to.
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