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U.S. Capitol Riot Arrest Database — Oklahomans

In an effort to better understand the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol, its alleged perpetrators and the threat it posed to American democracy, NPR is tracking every criminal case stemming from that day's events.

This database makes publicly available — and searchable — data on hundreds of cases, including metrics such as a defendant's age, location, alleged affiliation with extremist organizations, past or present law enforcement or military experience, and the latest status of their case.

You can find the full database here, or see all Oklahomans arrested in connection with the day's events below.

This is a project from NPR's Investigations and News Apps teams. NPR's Tom Dreisbach, Meg Anderson, Dina Temple-Raston, Monika Evstatieva, Barbara Van Woerkom, Arezou Rezvani, Barrie Hardymon, Tim Mak, Austin Fast, Emine Yücel, Allison Mollenkamp and Nick McMillan contributed reporting to this project; NPR's Connie Hanzhang Jin and Alyson Hurt built the database; and NPR's Emily Bogle, Catie Dull, Michele Abercrombie and Di'Amond Moore identified photographs.

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