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Capitol Police officer widow sues alleged MAGA attacker for his death

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As the DOJ releases new video showing the horrific attack on the Capitol by MAGA supporters, the widow of a Capitol Police officer who died by suicide after the insurrection is now suing his alleged attacker. MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber is joined by NYU law professor Melissa Murray to discuss the lawsuit.