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Police captain offers grisly new details of Capitol riot at first official hearing on insurrection – The Independent

‘I received chemical burns to my face that still have not healed to this day,’ USCP officer says

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A captain in the US Capitol Police force who responded to the 6 January Capitol riot offered a harrowing first-hand account on Tuesday of her experience battling white supremacists and other pro-Trump elements.
Rioters nearly broke her arm amid the chaos, Captain Carneysha Mendoza, told senators at the first official hearing on the 6 January security breach. She and her fellow officers were gassed. Many were struck with blunt objects and beaten to the ground.
I received chemical burns to my face…

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