People accused of crimes at the Capitol on Jan. 6 may testify before the House, new court documents suggest.
Thomas Vinson, a Kentucky man who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge, said the House select committee investigating the Capitol attack asked him to speak, a court filing Tuesday says.
“Mr. Vinson, through Counsel, has been approached by the House Select Committee on January 6 to testify regarding the events he witnessed on January 6, 2021,” the filing says.
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Vinson’s lawyer asked the court to allow him to travel to D.C. to testify.
The committee did not immediately respond to an inquiry about the prospects and timing of a public hearing featuring people charged on Jan. 6.
Vinson is set to be sentenced in D.C. federal court on Friday.
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