Representative Matt Gaetz announced that all the security tapes from the January 6th Capitol attack will be released to the public in a matter of days.
The release will allow every member of Congress and the public to review the footage, potentially shedding light on unanswered questions about the events of that day.
It is suggested that the footage may reveal new evidence, including the possibility of federal involvement and exculpatory evidence.
It’s a great start, Mr. Speaker. Now let’s release the J6 tapes and indict Biden.
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) November 14, 2023
Gaetz said, “The way that the Jan. 6 tapes will be released will be through a website where any member of the public can go and observe the videos that are being released.”
“My expectation is they’re going to be released in tranches and that the first tranche … to be released will be in, you know, days, not weeks,” he told political commentator Andrew Wilkow.
Over 40,000 hours of video is archived from Jan. 6, 2021.
There are calls for justice and demands for the release of the tapes, with the expectation that they could change the narrative surrounding the Capitol riot.
Evidence will show, when they Release the J6 tapes, that Ray Epps committed more felonies than all of the Proud Boys combined
(RT) if you think Ray Epps should be in prison pic.twitter.com/ccaRQIZpvq
— Chicago1Ray 🇺🇸 (@Chicago1Ray) November 12, 2023