WASHINGTON -- Federal officials are warning "threat actors" may take advantage of the upcoming anniversary of the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol breach.
That's according to an intelligence assessment issued Thursday to state and local officials.
It does not cite any current specific or credible threats.
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The assessment said conspiracy theories about election fraud continue to resonate among domestic violent extremists and could again inspire some to promote or commit violence.
It said lone offenders are the most likely to exploit the upcoming anniversary.
The assessment was prepared by the Department of Homeland Security, FBI, U.S. Capitol police and other law enforcement agencies.
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