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Bernnie Federko

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In legal documents for the more than 300 suspects who been charged in the Capitol melee, the FBI reveals a sprawling array of tools and techniques, the WashPost's Drew Harwell and Craig Timberg write:

"license plate readers that captured suspects’ cars on the way to Washington; cell-tower location records that chronicled their movements through the Capitol complex; facial recognition searches that matched images to suspects’ driver’s licenses or social media."
1 phone, 12,000 pages of evidence: "In one case," The Post reports, "prosecutors said they gathered more than 12,000 pages of data from a suspect’s phone using Cellebrite, a tool popular with law enforcement for its ability to penetrate locked phones and copy their contents."