Report Questions Capitol Officer Dunn’s Truthfulness About January 6

Blaze News investigative journalist Steve Baker has recently raised serious questions regarding the actions and credibility of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn. The officer has received fawning corporate media attention as a “hero” after the events of January 6, 2021.

Baker alleges that Dunn authored an anonymous letter in 2021, written on Capitol Police letterhead, which challenged the viewpoints of certain members of Congress regarding the need for a January 6 commission. This letter, widely reported in the media, sparked significant attention. However, the identity of the letter’s author was not disclosed at the time.

Furthermore, Baker claims that Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) encouraged Dunn to write the letter. According to Baker, this action would violate Capitol Police regulations, which prohibit officers from taking political stances in representation of the department.

Baker’s investigation also suggests that Dunn may have violated several departmental directives by using USCP time and resources for political purposes and collaborating with Capitol press pool members to craft the letter’s language.

The controversy deepens with the involvement of Bradford L. Geyer, an attorney representing Oath Keeper Kenneth Harrelson, who is now imprisoned. Geyer contends that Dunn, like another officer, David Lazarus, provided inaccurate testimony, which influenced the trial and led to wrongful convictions. Geyer criticizes the lack of repercussions for Dunn and Lazarus despite their actions allegedly corrupting the justice process.

Additionally, Glenn Beck, a prominent figure in conservative media, has expressed skepticism about Dunn’s testimony and his recount in his new memoir. Beck highlights the absence of video or audio evidence to support Dunn’s claim of being subjected to racial slurs during the January 6 events.

Despite extensive video footage available from that day, Blaze Media’s analysis found no evidence to corroborate Dunn’s story. This discrepancy raises questions about the accuracy of Dunn’s testimony and its impact on the following trials and convictions.

The Capitol Police, Dunn and Raskin’s office have not immediately responded to requests for comment on these allegations.

Baker’s unflinching investigative reporting and the subsequent commentary by figures like Geyer and Beck bring to light serious concerns about the integrity of Harry Dunn’s accounts. It also raises questions about the misuse of offices sworn to protect the public for political purposes and personal gain.