The Drug-Fueled Protest in Dianne Feinstein’s Office You Haven’t Heard About
He wasn’t supposed to be there, but he was wearing a suit and he still had his congressional employee badge.
Jamarcus Purley. Staff.
He was ex‐staff, actually, but the police officers guarding the entrance of the Capitol building didn’t know that. They let him through.
It was well past midnight in the middle of February 2022. Purley walked through the Capitol Rotunda, his footsteps echoing under the empty majestic dome.