Capitol Security Hearing, No Charges In Daniel Prude Case, Skipping The Vaccine Line : Up First In a Senate hearing, former U.S. Capitol security officials said that they did not have sufficient information ahead of Jan. 6 to accurately predict the scale of the attack. Also, a grand jury voted that no charges will be filed against Rochester police officers in connection with the March 2020 death of Daniel Prude, a Black man who was in the midst of a mental health crisis during his encounter with the police. And, a national health care provider has administered COVID-19 vaccinations to people deemed ineligible for the scarce vaccine by local health departments, including people with connections to company leaders.
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Capitol Security Hearing, No Charges In Daniel Prude Case, Skipping The Vaccine Line

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Capitol Security Hearing, No Charges In Daniel Prude Case, Skipping The Vaccine Line

Capitol Security Hearing, No Charges In Daniel Prude Case, Skipping The Vaccine Line

Capitol Security Hearing, No Charges In Daniel Prude Case, Skipping The Vaccine Line

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In a Senate hearing, former U.S. Capitol security officials said that they did not have sufficient information ahead of Jan. 6 to accurately predict the scale of the attack. Also, a grand jury voted that no charges will be filed against Rochester police officers in connection with the March 2020 death of Daniel Prude, a Black man who was in the midst of a mental health crisis during his encounter with the police. And, a national health care provider has administered COVID-19 vaccinations to people deemed ineligible for the scarce vaccine by local health departments, including people with connections to company leaders.