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Alexander Campagna, a dentist, and his wife, Andrea, a nurse practitioner, hosted 10 stranded South Korean visitors who were in a tour group headed to Niagara Falls. Credit...Alexander Campagna
Alexander Campagna and his wife, Andrea, lifelong residents of Buffalo, were ready to wait the blizzard out. They had stocked the fridge and planned for a quiet holiday weekend indoors at their home in suburban Williamsville, N.Y., as long as the power stayed on.
Then, on Friday at 2 p.m., with the storm already swirling and snow rapidly piling up, making roads impassable, there was a knock at the door. Two men, part of a group of nine tourists from South Korea that was traveling to Niagara Falls, asked for shovels to dig their passenger van out of a ditch.
And so an unlikely holiday weekend began, with the Campagnas welcoming the travelers, along with their driver, as house guests. They became accidental innkeepers, said Mr. Campagna, a 40-year-old dentist.
Before leaving on Friday morning from Washington, D.C., the tour participants, most of them from Seoul, seemed unaware of the worrisome forecast, said Yoseb Choi, 27, who is from Pyeongtaek. He was traveling with his wife, Claire, on the tour, which they had booked for their honeymoon.
Apparently, he does this every day! Yesterday:
The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection has released its final report, a comprehensive overview of the bipartisan panels findings on how former President Donald Trump and his allies sought to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
The full report based on 1,000-plus interviews, documents collected including emails, texts, phone records and a year and a half of investigation includes allegations that Trump oversaw the legally dubious effort to put forward fake slates of electors in seven states he lost, arguing that the evidence shows he actively worked to transmit false Electoral College ballots to Congress and the National Archives despite concerns among his lawyers that doing so could be unlawful.
In a symbolic move Monday, the committee in its last public meeting referred Trump to the Justice Department on at least four criminal charges, while saying in its executive summary it had evidence of possible charges of conspiring to injure or impede an officer and seditious conspiracy.
Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, a Mississippi Democrat, said on Monday that he has every confidence that the work of this committee will help provide a road map to justice, and that the agencies and institutions responsible for ensuring justice under the law will use the information weve provided to aid in their work.
Read more: https://www.cnn.com/2022/12/22/politics/jan-6-committee-final-report/index.html
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