• Twitter whistleblower who foresaw the violence of Jan. 6 reveals her identity with an omen for the future of US democracy: WaPo

    3 days ago - By Business Insider

    Donald Trump was banned from Twitter two days after the January 6 Capitol riot. Alex Brandon/AP
    In July, the Jan. 6 panel played a recording of an interview with an anonymous Twitter employee.
    The whistleblower said the company was reluctant to take stronger actions against Trump's account.
    The employee, Anika Collier Navaroli, spoke with The Washington Post on why she decided to testify.
    The Twitter whistleblower who anonymously testified before the January 6 panel and argued that her company's leadership was reluctant to take strong actions against Donald Trump's account publicly stepped...
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  • Capitol rioter who testified at Jan. 6 hearing avoids jail time after judge praises displays of remorse

    3 days ago - By Business Insider

    Stephen Ayres , who entered the U.S. Capitol illegally on January 6, 2021, greets U.S. Capitol Police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell at the conclusion of the seventh hearing by the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images
    A Capitol rioter who testified before the Jan. 6 committee was sentenced on Thursday.
    Stephen Ayres was sentenced to two years of probation, avoiding jail time.
    At least 919 people have been arrested in connection to the siege and nearly 400 have pleaded guilty.
    An Ohio man who testified before the January 6...
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