Tributes, thank-you notes for Capitol Police pour in
Hundreds of notes from community members and staffers popped up in the tunnel between the Capitol and House office buildings
By Suzie Ziegler
WASHINGTON — Messages of support for Capitol Police officers poured in Tuesday after last week’s attack on the Capitol building.
Videos and pictures show hundreds of notes taped along the tunnel between the Capitol and House office buildings.
The effort was organized by the Committee on House Administration Republicans, according to CNN.
Some of the notes are signed by lawmakers, staffers, community members and other law enforcement agencies.
Messages of support for US Capitol Police in the House tunnel this morning after the 1/6 insurrection pic.twitter.com/5AuJPng8wB— Scott Wong (@scottwongDC) January 12, 2021
Back in the Capitol today. So many messages of support thanking U.S. Capitol Police for their service.— Rep Josh Gottheimer (@RepJoshG) January 12, 2021
We must always get the backs of those who've so courageously had ours! pic.twitter.com/BMtB1Ml8ug
Signs with written and printed messages of support and thanks for US Capitol Police officers are being posted in a tunnel between the Capitol & House office buildings in the wake of last Wednesday's attack pic.twitter.com/dRWj2rgkkO— Ali Zaslav (@alizaslav) January 12, 2021
SHOW OF SUPPORT: @DavidMuir takes a closer look at the hopeful notes from Americans across the country now hanging in the tunnels of the U.S. Capitol praising police officers who sprang into action during the deadly siege. #AmericaStrong https://t.co/7ZBwI1Cyxi pic.twitter.com/OtkYmAcX13— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) January 13, 2021
Messages of support pour in for US Capitol Police officers. Photos here: https://t.co/RDzvrbBCIe— Ram Ramgopal (@RamCNN) January 12, 2021