Violenza di Capitol Hill: Esplosivi trovati a RNC, DNC "il vero affare,’ dicono le fonti

Violenza di Capitol Hill: Esplosivi trovati a RNC, DNC 'the real deal,' sources say

The devices found near the Repubblicano National Committee and Democratico National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday were actual esplosivo dispositivi, according to a senior federal law enforcement official briefed on the investigations.

Fox News first reported that multiple IEDs, resembling pipe bombs, were found near the Capitol grounds on Wednesday.

In particolare, two law enforcement sources said devices resembling pipe bombs were found near the headquarters of the Republican National Committee and the Democratic National Committee, both buildings located near the Capitol grounds.

One senior federal law enforcement official confirmed to Fox News those devices were not phonies, “those things were the real deal.

The investigation into who is responsible for planting the devices is ongoing and Department of Justice officials are vowing that the person, or persons, responsible will be held accountable.

The DC bomb squad was called to both scenes and eventually the ATFrendered both devices safe,” according to the senior federal law enforcement official.

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Both headquarters are located just blocks from Capitol Hill; the scare reportedly prompted temporary evacuations.

Earlier Wednesday, a violent mob of pro-Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol and forced lawmakers into hiding.

The nation’s elected representatives scrambled to crouch under desks and don gas masks, while police futilely tried to barricade the building. A woman was shot and killed inside the Capitol, and Washington’s mayor instituted an evening curfew in an attempt to contain the violence.

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Washington D.C.’s Metropolitan Police said late Wednesday that by day’s end, four people were killed and at least 52 people were arrested. Almeno 14 MPD officers were hurt.

The FBI has asked anyone who believes they have information or photos and videos of the Capitol Hill rioting to share it by visiting this website or by calling 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324).

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