michael fanone

The former police officer condemned the extremist lawmaker’s resolution to declare Trump innocent of engaging in insurrection.
Jonathan Capehart fought back tears as he spoke with Michael Fanone three years after the violent riot at the U.S. Capitol.
"I'm telling you that this election is like no other," the former police officer told HuffPost ahead of the third anniversary of the Capitol insurrection.
The former cop and Capitol riot survivor said it "disgusts me" that Republicans nominated the "insurrectionist."
Daniel Rodriguez "showed up in D.C. spoiling for a fight," the judge said.
Capitol Police officer Harry Dunn tweeted a fundraising link saying Fanone has struggled to find work since leaving the D.C. Police Department.
The president will mark the second anniversary of the U.S. Capitol insurrection by awarding medals to 12 people "who made exemplary contributions to our democracy surrounding January 6, 2021."
The Capitol riot survivor had choice words for Arizona's election-denying Republican nominee for governor.
The former D.C. Metropolitan Police officer suffered a heart attack after he was repeatedly assaulted that day.