Episode 19

Episode Notes

November 5, 2024 and the selection of might be our 47th President is

away from today

This episode is about the Capitol Rioters and where they are in the process of being held responsible for their actions on January 6th, 2021. Here are the resources used in the episode, some of which are regularly updated by the respective organization that create it.

Database of Capitol Breach Cases from the US Justice Department

Every case is being prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia. Following arrests, or surrender, defendants must appear before district court magistrate/judge where the arrest takes place, in accordance with the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. Database is here.

The FBI also maintains a 'most wanted' list of wanted individuals from that day.

USA TODAY Database of the Charged (searchable)

Maintained by: Dinah Pulver, Rachel Axon, Katie Wedell, Erin Mansfield, Zshekinah Collier and Tyreye Morris

Last time updated as of compilation of these notes: 3:32 p.m., Oct. 14, 2021

USA TODAY gathers details of those cases as the FBI continues to find and charge those responsible for the attack that left five people dead and sent lawmakers and Vice President Mike Pence fleeing to shelter. Included are those arrested on charges federal prosecutors have filed since the riot, and those arrested by Capitol Police and D.C. Metro Police for entering the Capitol or for crimes related to weapons or violence. Check it out for updates here.

Insider list of the Charged (searchable)

Maintained by: Madison Hall , Skye Gould , Rebecca Harrington , Jacob Shamsian , Azmi Haroun , Taylor Ardrey , and Erin Snodgrass

Last time updated as of compilation of these notes: Oct. 19, 2021

This table includes the names, charges, and links to court documents of all the people charged so far. They're keeping it updated as more names are released.

NPR's Capitol Insurrection Updates

On-going coverage of developments in the investigations about what happened that day and journalistic writings of many of those accused of participating.