*Patrick E. McCaughey, who is accused of using a police riot shield to pin Capitol Officer Daniel Hodges against a door during the riot, has been indicted on 9 federal counts. *Video shows Hodges crying in pain. *Charges include assault, physical violence.
“I’m sorry I have to show you the next video”: Rep. Eric Swalwell plays disturbing footage of Capitol Police Officer Daniel Hodges screaming in agony as he is crushed in a doorway while rioters stormed the Capitol
DC Metro Police Officers Mike Fanone, Daniel Hodges & Lila Morris are attending the Super Bowl as NFL’s guests in recognition of their heroism during Jan. 6 attack at Capitol Bldg. Family of fallen Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick also in attendance as honored guests. @wusa9
*Patrick McCaughey of Ridgefield, CT, has been arrested on charges of assaulting Capitol Police Officer Daniel Hodges during the riot. *Suspect is accused of pinning Officer Hodges between a riot shield & a door. *Video showed Hodges screaming in pain.
RIOT ARRESTS: Two more suspects have joined the list of more than 100 facing charges in the deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol 2 weeks ago. A Connecticut man is charged with assaulting Capitol Police officer Daniel Hodges, pinning the officer against a door with a police shield.
Two more suspects have joined the list of more than 100 facing charges in the deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol 2 weeks ago A Connecticut man is charged with assaulting Officer Daniel Hodges, pinning the officer against a door with a police shield
“If it wasn't my job, I would have done that for free. .. It was absolutely my pleasure to crush a white nationalist insurrection... and we’ll do it as many times as it takes.” Thank you, D.C. Police Officer Daniel Hodges. 💯 (via @nbcwashington )
D.C. Police Officer DanielHodges’ bravery has gone viral with a video of him being crushed against a door during the U.S. Capitol riot. "If it wasn't my job, I would have done that for free," Hodges said.
Daniel Hodges, the DC police officer who was crushed in a doorway at the Capitol speaks out saying a man ripped away his baton, and was "practically foaming at the mouth... true believers in the worst way."
D.C. Police Officer Daniel Hodges' bravery has gone viral with a video of him being crushed against a door during the U.S. Capitol riot. Hodges recalls how he was able to make it out alive.
D.C. police searching for person of interest in assault on Officer Daniel Hodges, caught in door at Capitol and captured in a viral video. Police say assailant "used a clear police shield to pin" Hodges in a door jam. His account is in this story: