Thread: We're sorting through videos taken indoors - we assume most/all are inside the Capitol - from the Parler data dump. Apologies if any of these are already well known - each was posted on January 6th on Parler with geodata in DC. We don't know the associated accounts.
Absolutely crazy video here:…
Slightly too long to embed…
A man trying to break down the windows to get inside…
(Will do more later. If you can't get it to play, just download it and open it in a video player.)
People hollering and kicking doors as they go through halls in the Capitol
(We're using YouTube now, will put all of them onto one playlist later)
Here's the full playlist of videos we found on Parler, uploading on January 6 with geodata in Washington DC, from inside buildings (we assume the Capitol and nearby). We'll keep uploading videos here as we find more!
(Some are still processing)…
All are finished processing, and are now public/visible
Added a handful of new videos to the playlist:…

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12 Jan
Thank you all for the submissions, help and suggestions for our January 6th work. We're currently bringing together all the videos and images, as well as additional videos and images from Parler, and organising them to map out, in time and space, the events of the day.
This is somewhat time-consuming, but we're hopefully going to have a fully organised dataset sooner rather than later, and we'll be able to use that to have a fuller understanding of how events on the day unfolded.
We'll also be able to examine the movements of any individuals and groups of individuals and hopefully provide more context for their actions, along with other analysis.
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10 Jan
We're looking for open source images of the moment when Capitol Police Officer Brian D. Sicknick was attacked on January 6th, which eventually led to his death, continuing efforts started by @No_Nazis_Please
We are looking for images of this location, where we currently believe Sicknick was first attacked. These images will help establish the exact timeline of events, and hopefully a clearer picture of what exactly happened.
This image by @SusieQFortineux gives a better sense of the location where this incident took place. With enough images it may be possible to establish a timeline of events that goes back to when the police barricades were passed.
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10 Jan
A quick Sunday morning #geolocation challenge. This image was shared on Reddit claiming to show the police officer killed during the events at the Capitol on January 6th. Can anyone find the exact location it was taken?
If we can find the location we can then review the video footage collected to see if it's possible to make a positive identification and discover more footage from around the time he was killed.
We do not know the original source of this image, only that it was posted on Reddit, so there may be a higher quality version from a wire service.
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9 Jan
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Part one of our Navalny investigation used phone records, flight records, various leaked databases, and other leaked information to show the FSB poisoning team followed Navalny of multiple trips and tried to poison him more than once…
Along with that article we published a piece looking at the sources used in that investigation, including the Russian data market…
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8 Jan
Yesterday, we learned that two projects on which we collaborated have been nominated for @FestivalGabo awards in the "Innovation" category #PremioGabo
@FestivalGabo The Miroslava Project, in collaboration with Colectivo 23 de Marzo, @CLIP_AmericaLat, and @FbdnStories, explored the 2017 murder of Miroslava Breach, a journalist killed for her work investigating links between local politicians and drug cartels.…
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8 Jan
Thanks again to everyone who has submitted visual materials from the Capitol attack! You can submit any photos/videos (if you've put the video on a Google Drive/Dropbox, that helps a lot!) here and we'll get to it. We have about 100 backlogged entries now.…
You can see the in-progress spreadsheet here:…
Other efforts to collect visual materials of the Capitol attack include:

The DataHoarder subreddit --…
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