Capitol rioter apologizes to U.S. Capitol Police officers after Jan. 6 hearing
Driving the news: Ayres, who pleaded guilty in June to disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building for entering the Capitol on Jan. 6, approached former USCP officers Harry Dunn, Michael Fanone and Aquilino Gonell at the end of the hearing, per the Washington Post.
- Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) said Tuesday that Gonell had to "leave policing for good" because of injuries he sustained to his left shoulder and right foot during the Capitol riot.
- Ayres testified Tuesday that the Capitol riot "changed my life ... not for the good," noting that he since has lost his job.