US braces for #JusticeforJ6 rallies supporting pro-Trump rioters

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Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “US braces for #JusticeforJ6 rallies supporting pro-Trump rioters” – below is their description.

There has been a heavy police presence in Washington, DC, for a rally supporting people arrested during the storming of the Capitol in January.

Police are taking no chances fearing a repeat of the January 6 riot, and said their intelligence had reported “some threats of violence”.

Al Jazeera’s Phil Lavelle reports from Washington, DC.

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