Senate sergeant at arms Michael Stenger who was in charge of securing the Capitol dies suddenly


Senate sergeant at arms Michael Stenger who was in charge of securing the Capitol on January 6 dies suddenly – just one day before the Capitol riot committee is set to call surprise hearing to present ‘newly uncovered evidence’

  • Michael Stenger was sergeant at arms from April 2018 until January 7, 2021 – serving as the Senate’s chief law enforcement and protocol officer
  • He resigned after the Capitol was overrun by protesters on January 6, amid accusations that he refused to call for the National Guard to help
  • The House sergeant at arms also resigned, as did the head of the…



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