GPS data tracked 618 videos from Parler users inside the US Capitol last week. The mob made it deep inside the building.
- GPS data from hundreds of
Parlerusers who attacked the US Capitollast week show the mob's whereabouts in the 228-year-old building, Gizmodoreported.
- The data, acquired by a hacker, showed rioters near Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's office, congressional chambers and in the hallways.
- Parler went dark on Monday after Amazon dropped it from its web-hosting services, though the far-right social media app has since found another host.
Hacked GPS data from far-right social media app Parler showed hundreds of supporters of President
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Video GPS coordinates verified Parler-users near congressional offices and stairwells, in hallways leading to the House and Senate chambers, in the Rotunda, and near leadership offices or the press gallery, depending on the floor, according to Gizmodo's analysis.One video's coordinates showed rioters near House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office, shouting obscenities about her, and another such video located a rioter in the Rotunda, who was chanting "Whose House? Our House," Gizmodo reported.
On Tuesday, federal investigators said they have charged more than 70 people in connection with the US Capitol insurrection, and they expect that number to grow to the hundreds. Those arrested include a man carrying makeshift explosives, another wearing a horned helmet and red, white, and blue facepaint, another seen seen carrying Pelosi's lectern through the halls, and even a tech CEO from Chicago. The full list of those charged can be found here.
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