Radio Traffic Shows Pence Security Detail’s Panic During Capitol Attack

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The Jan. 6 Committee on Thursday used radio traffic and the account...
Published 5 months ago · Washington, United States

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Radio traffic reveals desperate efforts to protect Pence as rioters entered Capitol

Terrified Secret Service agents left messages for family members

5 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Video: Listen to Secret Service radio traffic as rioters breached the Capitol

The January 6 committee played video of the January 6 riot synced with radio traffic from then-Vice President Mike Pence's Secret Service detail as they were working to get Pence to safety as rioters breached the Capitol.

5 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Frantic Secret Service radio traffic show how close Pence was to danger

Vice President Mike Pence's Secret Service agents sent goodbye messages to family during Capitol riot, according to testimony at Jan. 6 House panel hearing.

5 months ago·Washington, United States
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Chilling radio traffic reveals terror of Pence security detail in Jan. 6 attack

Frantic Secret Service radio traffic on Jan. 6, 2021, revealed how close Vice President Mike Pence came to being engulfed by the violent mob attacking the U.S. Capitol.

5 months ago·Washington, United States
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Jan. 6 committee releases Secret Service radio traffic as they worked to evacuate Pence

The January 6 committee played audio of Secret Service radio traffic as they were planning to evacuate former Vice President Pence during the Capitol riot.

5 months ago·United States
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Jan. 6 committee plays Secret Service radio traffic as they worked to evacuate Pence

The January 6 committee played audio of Secret Service radio traffic as they were planning to evacuate former Vice President Pence during the Capitol riot.

5 months ago·United States
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