Letter to the editor: Account for officers

Posted 1/20/21

Account for officers Given the large number of reports and identifications of law enforcement officers who traveled to D.C. and participated in the seditious assault upon the Capitol, shouldn’t all …

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Letter to the editor: Account for officers

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Account for officers

Given the large number of reports and identifications of law enforcement officers who traveled to D.C. and participated in the seditious assault upon the Capitol, shouldn’t all law enforcement agencies in Colorado provide an accounting to the public of their personnel (to include volunteers, e.g. community service volunteers and reserve officers) on that day to provide assurance that none traveled to D.C. to participate in the terrorist assault on our nation’s Capitol?

And given the extensive national effort by thousands of Trump supporters that was put into the lawlessness in D.C., and the significant amount of chatter on web pages and social media, shouldn’t all Colorado law enforcement agencies put the FBI’s dedicated tip line for the Capitol Hill assault on their website homepages so that citizens can provide any information that they might have regarding the terrorists that participated in, or aided and abetted, one of the worst crimes in American history?

Robert C. Marshall

Highlands Ranch

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