Shawn Boburg
Shawn Boburg
Shawn Boburg joined The Washington Post in 2015. He previously worked at the Record in northern New Jersey from 2006 to 2015 and at the Eagle-Tribune in Massachusetts from 2001 to 2006.Source
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D.C. Police requested backup at least 17 times in 78 minutes during Capitol riot

D.C. Police requested backup at least 17 times in 78 minutes during Capitol riot

At 1:13 p.m. on Jan. 6, a D.C. police commander facing a swelling crowd of protesters on the west side of the U.S. Capitol made an urgent call for more officers in riot gear. “Hard gear at the Capitol! Hard gear at the Capitol!” Cmdr. Robert Glover shouted into his radio.​​​​​Glover and a team of D.C. police officers had rushed to the besieged complex moments earlier at the behest of Capitol Police. By the time they arrived, the Capitol grounds were already being overrun by a mob intent on overturning President Donald Trump’s electoral defeat.Over the next 78 minutes, Glover requested...

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Postal worker admits fabricating allegations of ballot tampering, officials say

Postal worker admits fabricating allegations of ballot tampering, officials say

A Pennsylvania postal worker whose claims have been cited by top Republicans as potential evidence of widespread voting irregularities admitted to U.S. Postal Service investigators that he fabricated the allegations, according to three officials briefed on the investigation and a statement from a House congressional committee.Richard Hopkins’s claim that a postmaster in Erie, Pa., instructed postal workers to backdate ballots mailed after Election Day was cited by Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) in a letter to the Justice Department calling for a federal investigation. Attorney General...

November 10, 2020
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Trump campaign flouted agreement to follow health guidelines at rally, documents show

Trump campaign flouted agreement to follow health guidelines at rally, documents show

The start of President Trump’s rally was still hours away when it became clear that his campaign would not keep its promise.In the days leading up to the Sept. 30 event in Duluth, Minn., local officials had privately pressed the campaign to abide by state public health guidelines aimed at slowing the spread of the novel , documents show. In response, the campaign signed an agreement pledging to follow those rules, limiting attendance to 250 people.On the day of the rally, however, Trump supporters flooded onto the tarmac at Duluth International Airport. They stood shoulder to shoulder, many...

October 24, 2020
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