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January 6 Uprising: William Walker, former commander of the DC National Guard, asks the inspector general to withdraw report

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William J. Walker, now retired from the military and serving on the Capitol as a sergeant major in an interview, said in an interview that he never received a call from the secretary Army Ryan McCarthy at 4:35 p.m., as alleged in an interview The report by the acting Inspector General of the Department of Defense, Sean O’Donnell. Walker, echoing comments he made in his Senate testimony in March, said he received authorization to deploy troops at 5:08 p.m. and immediately dispatch those forces, was loaded onto several buses to leave DC Armory.

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