New Bodycam Footage Boosts Interest in Release of 14,000 Hours of Jan. 6 Video

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Dramatic bodycam footage showing protesters doing CPR on the lifeless body of Jan. 6 protester Rosanne Boyland has increased interest in the U.S. House authorizing the release of more than 14,000 hours of security video footage still being kept from the public two years after the 2021 incident.

A video posted on Twitter by columnist Julie Kelly of American Greatness shows a new angle of the attempted resuscitation of Boyland—34, of Kennesaw, Georgia—who died on Jan. 6, 2021.

It was part of more than two hours of video Kelly obtained from the bodycam of a D.C. Metropolitan Police Department officer who was in the Lower West Terrace tunnel at the Capitol.

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