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The Times obtained District of Columbia police radio communications and synchronized them with footage from the scene to show in real time how officers tried and failed to stop the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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10 thoughts on “How Police Tried — and Failed — To Stop Capitol Attackers | Visual Investigations”
  1. Hi — my name’s Haley, and I’m one of the producers on this video. This visual investigation started when my colleague, Robin Stein, obtained recordings of internal Metropolitan Police radio traffic from the day of the Capitol attack. Most of it had never been published or heard by the wider public. By that time, I had already spent over a month watching video from the attack and piecing it together. So when Robin came to me with this audio, we decided to synchronize it with the footage — what you see is what Inspector Robert Glover and his team saw. We also worked closely with our colleague in D.C., Michael Schmidt, to break down the intricacies of the police response and where things went wrong. All together, the reporting tells a harrowing story of the violence of the crowd, the desperation of the officers and the pleas for help that weren’t met in time.

    Thanks for watching! We’ll do our best to answer your questions below.

  2. my uncle was one of the police during this, and he says that it was the most afraid he's ever been.

  3. Every four years this same thing is going to happen. Nobody will be happy until they get what they want. The police protect us, so why are we hurting them?

  4. it is crazy how they don't pull out guns on this but they will on peaceful black protest

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