Jan 6 Capitol Riot Updated Map: Who Was Involved or Charged

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Jan 6 Capitol Riot Updated Map: Who Was Involved or Charged

Having a hard time keeping track of how different people were involved with the Jan 6th insurrection?

Professional investigators use network maps to make sense of a broad, evolving investigation. Network maps give a high level view of people, events and places that makes it easier to spot connections not obvious in text. Dive into the map for details on individuals including videos, images, tweets and documents.

This Jan 6th Insurrection network map was created with the free Kumu app using publicly available information. It includes details on 46 individuals organized in ten groups. The map can be updated as new details emerge and have blank spaces are reserved for more details that might emerge from the Jan 6th Investigation Committee and press reports. This blog also explains how to do more with a relationship map:

  • How to find a person of interest in a relationship map
  • How to focus attention on an individual or event in the map

Jan 6th Insurrection Relationship Map

Use a network map to stay abreast of the Jan 6th investigation
Share this map freely with this link

How to focus a relationship map

Choose  the person you are interested in. Click FOCUS to bring them into center stage. Open the side panel on the left by clicking on the three dots. You can scroll through the side panel while the picture in the center does not change. When you are done, click CLEAR FOCUS and FIT TO SCREEN to return to normal viewing.

How to focus on an individual in a relationship map

How to search a relationship map

Enter the name of the person or document or location you are interested in. Such as Mike Lee in this example. You’ll see a list of all the items matching your search term. Choose the one that you are interested in. Click on FIT TO SCREEN and OPEN SIDE PANEL for details on it.

How to search a relationship map for the person you are interested in.

Make sense of it all with a relationship map

Don’t let data, distractions and short attention spans distract people from the truth. Expose the truth with a relationship map so people can see for themselves what is going on. Kumu maps are easy to create and free to share. The Jan 6th Insurrection map was created in about four hours.

TakeAway: Make it easy for others to see the threats to American democracy and the people involved with a relationship map.

Deepak
DemLabs

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Spread the truth

The Jan 6th Insurrection Relationship map can be freely embedded in a website with this one line of code:

< iframe src=”https://embed.kumu.io/9d134bdc4d4f2c498621f538a553fca8″ width=”940″ height=”600″ frameborder=”0″></iframe>

Share it with this link https://embed.kumu.io/9d134bdc4d4f2c498621f538a553fca8 or with this QR CODE.

Jan 6th Insurrection Relationship map QR Code

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