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Andrea Januta

Off-duty cops, other officials face reckoning after rallying for Trump in D.C

Jan 13 2021

As rioters scaled scaffolding outside the U.S. Capitol, Roxanne Mathai held up her cell phone to record the sea of supporters of President Donald Trump storming America’s bastion of democracy.

U.S. lawmakers say police downplayed threat of violence before Capitol siege

Jan 09 2021

By Susan Cornwell, Linda So, Michael Berens, Andrea Januta and Joseph Tanfani

RPT-INSIGHT-U.S. lawmakers say police downplayed threat of violence before Capitol siege

Jan 09 2021

By Susan Cornwell, Linda So, Michael Berens, Andrea Januta and Joseph Tanfani

U.S. lawmakers say police downplayed threat of violence before Capitol siege

Jan 08 2021

By Susan Cornwell, Linda So, Michael Berens, Andrea Januta and Joseph Tanfani

How security failures enabled Trump mob to storm U.S. Capitol

Jan 07 2021

By Joseph Tanfani, John Shiffman, Brad Heath, Andrea Januta and Mark Hosenball | Video

RPT-INSIGHT-How security failures enabled Trump mob to storm U.S. Capitol

Jan 07 2021

By Joseph Tanfani, John Shiffman, Brad Heath, Andrea Januta and Mark Hosenball

Rooted in racism: the origins of qualified immunity

Dec 23 2020

By Andrea Januta, Jaimi Dowdell, Lawrence Hurley and Andrew Chung

Special Report: Challenging police violence ... while Black

Dec 23 2020

By Andrea Januta, Andrew Chung, Jaimi Dowdell and Lawrence Hurley

Rooted in racism: the origins of qualified immunity

Dec 23 2020

By Andrea Januta, Jaimi Dowdell, Lawrence Hurley and Andrew Chung

How Reuters analyzed court data on qualified immunity

Dec 23 2020

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has repeatedly criticized her fellow justices for creating, as she put it in a 2018 dissent, an “absolute shield” for police officers accused of excessive force. So Reuters reporters decided to test her words.

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