On each of the three days, the documents showed, Capitol police ranked as “highly unlikely” the likelihood of civil disobedience and arrests as a result of the “Stop the Steal” protest scheduled for the Capitol. The documents ranked the event and gatherings planned by about 20 different other organizers on a scale from “remote” to “almost certain” in terms of the likelihood of major disruption. All were rated as either “remote”, “highly unlikely” or “unlikely,” the documents show.
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