Emotionally gripping testimony is no substitute for the hard facts that the feds continue to withhold. Folks who violently attacked police or others on January 6 deserve to be vigorously prosecuted. But the "collective terrorism guilt" card for all protestors that day (mostly including people who never entered the Capitol) won't play outside DC or the Acela corridor.
On February 9, I raised the issue of the role of FBI informants:
I wrote about the likely train wreck of the January 6 court cases last week here.
Slightly off-topic but a reminder that anyone who exposes government crimes is treated worse than most criminals: