FBI investigates dozens of people in case killed Agent Capitol

The FBI is investigating dozens of people for their role in the death of the policeman who died last week in the storming of the U.S. Parliament Building Capitol, reports the New York Times.

Capitol officer Brian Sicknick was beaten with a fire extinguisher while a violent mob made parliament unsafe, according to the newspaper, which holds a memo from the federal police service. The officer died later in the hospital. Fourteen of his colleagues were injured.

In the storm, a total of five people were killed, including a Trump adherent who was hit inside the Capitol by a police ball trying to climb over an obstacle.

The office of the American Home Chairman Nancy Pelosi is back in the parliament building. A week ago, it was taken into the plundering of the Capitol by Trump supporters by one of the stormers, who posed in a picture laughing with it.

The photo of the raider wearing the Trump hat, which the catheder wears smiling and waving through the Capitol, quickly became one of the most emblematic photographs of the attack on the American Parliament. The man has been identified as Adam Johnson, from the state of Florida. Johnson has been charged with unlawfully entering the Parliament building, assault and theft, despite the fact that the platform was later found in a corridor.

The wooden box will be in the political spotlight again on Wednesday at a ceremony in the House of Representatives, news channel CNN reported.