Fenced-in Capitol building. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images

Capitol surveillance cameras captured more than 14,000 hours of footage between noon and 8 p.m. on Jan. 6, but the U.S. Capitol Police, as well as federal prosecutors, are “strictly” controlling who can see the footage and how much is shared with the public, Buzzfeed News reports.

The surveillance videos would provide a “full accounting of the movements of key players,” including lawmakers and officers, as well as rioters — which is exactly why “Capitol security officials don’t want them out there,” Buzzfeed purports. Notably, officials had limited access to surveillance footage before Jan.

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