Washington: The Parliamentary Committee created by the US Congress to investigate the Capitol Hill attack and riots of January 6, 2021 has released its detailed report.
The report released by the Parliamentary Committee recommended that the former US President be charged with inciting rebellion, conspiracy and obstruction of justice in connection with the attack on Capitol Hill on January 6.
After issuing a brief report a few days ago, the US Parliamentary Committee investigating the Capitol Hill attack and riots has issued its detailed report.
The parliamentary committee’s 800-page report includes transcripts of more than 1200 interviews and witness statements conducted over 18 months, thousands of documents, and copies of more than 60 federal and state court decisions.
The report identified 17 specific findings and recommended that criminal cases be instituted against former President Donald Trump, his facilitators and associates to prevent any such incidents in future.
The committee has recommended that federal prosecutors file charges against former Republican President Donald Trump on four counts, including obstruction, assault on a seat of government and incitement to incite rebellion, for attempting to change the results of the November 2020 election.
The report states that former President Donald Trump deliberately planned to change the election results instead of fulfilling his constitutional obligations and faithfully exercising the rule of law.