Dramatic police bodycam video shows Capitol riot

Disturbing, newly released police body cam footage was played by prosecutors in a Michigan federal court, showing rioters attacking police during the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

The investigation into the siege continues as U.S. law enforcement agents found bomb-making instructions inside the home of a member of the Proud Boys right-wing extremist group who was charged with participating in the Jan. 6 attack.

Prosecutors said in a court filing that 43-year old Dominic Pezzola had "weapons- and bomb-making manuals" on a thumb drive device found within his home near Rochester, New York, arguing that he should be jailed pending trial.

The Justice Department said Pezzola and another member of the Proud Boys, William Pepe, were indicted on charges including conspiracy, civil disorder and unlawfully entering restricted buildings or grounds.

Separately, the FBI said bombs found at the Capitol Hill headquarters of the Democratic and Republican National Committees were placed there the evening before the attack.

The FBI increased a reward for information about the incident to up to $100,000.

So far, more than 135 people have been arrested in connection with the rampage by supporters of former President Donald Trump that interrupted the formal congressional certification of President Joe Biden's election victory, forcing lawmakers to rush to safety.

Five people died including a Capitol police officer.

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- Disturbing newly-released body cam footage was played by prosecutors in a Michigan federal court, showing rioters attacking police during the January 6th insurrection at the US Capitol. The investigation into the siege continues as US law enforcement agents found bomb-making instructions inside the home of a member of the Proud Boys right wing extremist group who was charged in participating in the January 6th attack. Prosecutors said in a court filing that 43-year-old Dominic Pezzola had weapons and bomb-making manuals on a thumb drive device found within his home near Rochester, New York, arguing that he should be jailed pending trial. The Justice Department said Pezzola and another member of the Proud Boys, William Pepe, were indicted on charges including conspiracy, civil disorder, and unlawfully entering restricted buildings or grounds.

Separately, the FBI said bombs found at the Capitol Hill headquarters of the Democratic and Republican National Committees were placed there the evening before the attack. The FBI increased a reward for information about the incident to up to $100,000. So far, more than 135 people have been arrested in connection with the rampage by supporters of former President Donald Trump that interrupted the formal congressional certification of President Joe Biden's election victory, forcing lawmakers to rush to safety. Five people died, including a Capitol Police officer.