The capital police in the United States were unable to respond to the reports on Thursday night that a number of people working for CBS'''' were arrested after receiving a show on Robert Smigel''s () Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. "They interviewed on Wednesday, June 15, and Thursday, June 16, according to a CBS spokesperson. "They were paid and pre-arranged by Congressional assistants of the members. After leaving the members'' offices on their last interview of the day, the production team continued to film stand-up
According to a statement from the USCP, the group was confronted by police in the Longworth House office building on Thursday night. The following day, seven individuals, unidentified and without Congressional ID, were seen in a sixth-floor hallway. These individuals were determined to be part of a group that had been directed to leave the building earlier in the day, according to the USCP. "This is an active criminal investigation, and may result in additional criminal charges after consulting the USCP.," said the statement.
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