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D.C. attorney general files lawsuit against Proud Boys, Oath Keepers over Jan. 6 Capitol riot

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The Washington, D.C., district attorney has filed a civil lawsuit against the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers for their alleged role in the January 6th Capitol riot, saying the groups participated in a “coordinated act of domestic terrorism.” NBC News’ Ken Dilanian explains what the lawsuit is alleging and how a 150-year-old law could factor into the suit.