Watch the committee’s first public hearing on January 6th

WASHINGTON (NewsNation) – The House Committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol is going public with its findings. The nine-member panel provide an overview of their 11-month investigation.

You can follow the proceedings live in the player above. Please note that the video stream may contain profane language and violent themes. The following program contains scenes that may offend your moral sense.

More than 1,000 people were interviewed by the panel. Only parts of this testimony have been made available to the public – mainly through court records.

LIKE WATCHING

NewsNation will stream the hearings live on this site and youtube Thursday from 8 p.m. Eastern. Leland Vittert will anchor specifically On-Air Reporting the hearing from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Eastern.

WHAT TO EXPECT

The first of six hearings is scheduled to take place in a large office building in the US Capitol.

The committee, made up of seven Democrats and two Republicans, plans to present several areas of information it gathered during its investigation.

The panel’s investigation has so far been divided into a number of focus areas, including efforts by former President Trump and his allies to cast doubt on the election and halt confirmation of President Joe Biden’s victory; sponsoring and organizing rallies in Washington prior to the attack; security failures by Capitol Police and federal agencies; and the actions of the rioters themselves.

The legislature plans to show a series of never-before-seen images and exhibits related to the preparations for the uprising and the attack itself.

The committee has not released details of who is likely to testify, but it is expected that traditional witness testimony as well as a multimedia presentation will be included.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Nate Jones

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