Ray Epps Claimed He Believed Capitol Was Open To Public On January 6

  • Ultimately Epps denied breaking the law.
  • He testified to the January 6 Committee that he attended Trump’s rally at the Ellipse near the White House, where the former president encouraged people to march on the Capitol to protest the 2020 election results, and then made his way to the Capitol along with others.
  • There, Epps said he realized the Capitol was not open to the public and tried to de-escalate tension between the police and protesters when he witnessed the standoff.
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