Shock Jan. 6 Interview: One Entire Side of Capitol Was Left Open, Totally Undefended - Looked 'Like a Trap'


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While violence raged on one side of the Capitol building, observers said the other side of the building was much more peaceful. Lewis Easton Cantwell, who was there on Jan. 6, questioned that very fact in the film.

“Why are you letting people in on one side of the building but then fighting a raging battle on the other?” he said.

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Cantwell’s story is consistent with the one told in the film by Derek Kinnison, who said not every door was heavily guarded.

“We saw a set of open doors,” Kinnison said. “My partner Tony, he looked at me, I looked at him, he said, ‘What do you think about that?’

“And I said, ‘I don’t like it.’ He said, ‘No, that’s like a spider web. It feels like a trap.'”

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