Some saw this as an over reaction. New information has surfaced that pressure was brought to name them despite a lack of evidence. In this Quick Hits episode, Borealis looks at this issue – again!!
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How to secure the U.S. Capitol without a fence
Smart landscaping and ballistic window film are some suggestions from security and architecture professionals who spoke to Newsy’s investigative team. U.S. Capitol Police want to build a permanent fence around the building to enhance security after the Jan. 6 insurrection. It’s a controversial idea, and one that may not be necessary according to top security experts and architects contacted by Newsy.