WASHINGTON - Today, Rep. Barry Loudermilk (GA-11), Chairman of the Committee on House Administration Subcommittee on Oversight, announced that United States Capitol Police video footage from January 6, 2021 will be made available to the public through two methods, a new online viewing room and in person at the subcommittee’s offices in Washington, D.C. 

Starting today, all video footage previously released to media outlets will be uploaded to an online viewing room for public access. This includes all videos released to Tucker Carlson and other media. Following the initial tranche of footage, the Subcommittee will continue to populate the viewing room with additional footage for public view.

“The goal of our investigation has been to provide the American people with transparency on what happened at the Capitol on January 6, 2021 and this includes all official video from that day,” stated Loudermilk. “We will continue loading video footage as we conduct our investigation and continue to review footage. As I’ve said all along—the American people deserve transparency, accountability, and real answers supported by facts instead a predetermined political narrative."

The public will be able to access the footage via an online public viewing room on the Committee on House Administration’s website, found here.

Also, beginning Monday, November 20, the Subcommittee will allow any U.S. citizen to access USCP video footage of the Capitol from January 6, 2021 by scheduling an appointment to view the videos in person in the Subcommittee’s offices in Washington, D.C. To schedule an appointment, please email charep.oversightrequests@mail.house.gov. This is the first time the general public will be allowed to view—and request clips from— all USCP video footage from the USCP CCTV cameras at the Capitol from January 6, 2021. 

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