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J6 Pipe Bomber Unmasked as Ex-Government Official:

•, by staffwriter

The January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol was a shocking event that left a lasting impact on the nation. As investigations into the incident unfolded, one particular aspect caught the attention of many: the pipe bombs that were planted near the Republican and Democrat Party headquarters the night before the protests.

On January 5, 2021, a suspect planted two pipe bombs near the Washington DC RNC and DNC headquarters, sparking a major security alert. The US Capitol was subsequently shut down on January 6 after the bombs were discovered. The incident raised serious concerns about the safety and security of the Capitol and its occupants.

The FBI launched an investigation into the pipe bomb incident, releasing videos of the suspect in the following months. However, a whistleblower came forward in 2022, exposing that the FBI was withholding information related to the investigation. This revelation raised questions about the FBI's handling of the case and its commitment to finding the perpetrator.

In 2023, the FBI finally offered a $500,000 reward for information on the alleged bomber. What made this development even more puzzling was the fact that the FBI had reportedly obtained the license plate number of the suspect's vehicle. Despite this crucial lead, the FBI failed to identify or interview the suspect.

Recent reports suggest that the person responsible for planting the pipe bombs is a government official. However, shockingly, the FBI refused to interview this individual. The reasons behind the FBI's decision remain unclear, leaving many to question the agency's motives and commitment to solving the case.