WATCH: Every Jan. 6 committee hearing, explained

The House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol talked to over a thousand witnesses and gathered more than 140,000 documents in its year plus investigation. In the summer of 2022, the committee held eight public hearings where they questioned witnesses, shared videos and laid out the groundwork for the role that President Donald Trump and some of his allies played in the Capitol attack. In this video, PBS NewsHour reporters highlight the key moments from each of the eight public hearings and what they could mean for future prosecution and public understanding.

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