Capitol Police are in the process of sanctioning six officers for professional misconduct resulting from their behavior on Jan.6, the department said on Saturday, revealing the results of 37 investigations into allegations that some officers acted inappropriately as the crowd pro-Trump was storming Congress.
Three of the six officers, whom the ministry has not identified, have been flagged for “improper conduct”, while the rest are subject to disciplinary action for “failure to follow directions”, “inappropriate remarks” and “inappropriate dissemination. information ”.
But most of the cases have been found to be unfounded, including a dozen in which the department could not identify the officer involved in the alleged misconduct. Additionally, the department reported that the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, DC, had not found sufficient evidence in any of the cases to charge a felony.