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FBI announces 160 case files opened into Capitol riot probe

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FBI Washington Field Office ADIC, Steven D'Antuono said the “brutality” at the U.S. Capitol will “not be tolerated by the FBI.” D'Antuono said they are working to arrest and charge people who took part in the destruction and they have opened over 160 case files into the riot probe.