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showed up at the Louisiana State Capital on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021.
Protesters were expected to gather at Louisiana’s capitol building Sunday to show their support for President Donald Trump ahead of president-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. But by mid-afternoon, the day had been largely uneventful.
Fewer than 10 people came to the state capitol to make their views known.
An enhanced police presence was around the capitol. Officers with the Louisiana Department of Public Safety were posted near the front steps of the building.
Three men in Hawaiian shirts and military vests arrived at the Louisiana Capitol Building with guns around 3:30 p.M. Sunday. One who called himself Mr. Galaxy, and said he was from the Shreveport area, said they were not affiliated with any specific organization but rather “likeminded people who believe in the same things.”
About 12:30 p.M., 30 minutes after a protest at the Louisiana State Capitol had been said to begin, only one man had arrived at the Capitol steps in downtown Baton Rouge.
– Ashley White, Leigh Guidry and Victoria Dodge, Lafayette Daily Advertiser
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