Four organizers of the Jan. 6 rally filed a lawsuit Monday against Verizon, in an attempt to prevent the telecommunications company from releasing cell phone data with the congressional select committee investigating the attack on the Capitol.
In their lawsuit, Justin Caporale, Tim Unes, Megan Powers and Maggie Mulvaney argued the committee doesn’t have the proper authority to obtain the data.
Investigators are examining connections between the rally organizers and former President Donald Trump, who highlighted the event on social media.
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Jan. 6 rally organizers sue Verizon to stop release of cell phone recordshttps://t.co/HevBT4GPzj
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