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Army PSYOP officer resigned commission prior to leading group to DC protests

An Army psychological operations officer who led a group during the Jan. 6 rally in Washington, D.C., that culminated in a deadly mob breaching the U.S. Capitol had resigned her commission several months prior to the event, according to a defense official familiar with the situation.
Rainey's involvement in the rally is currently under investigation by 1st Special Forces Command, which oversees her PSYOP unit, but there is no indication she acted against Army regulations or entered the Capitol during the riot.​ 
Maj. Dan Lessard, a spokesman for 1st Special Forces Command, clarified in a statement Monday afternoon that Rainey submitted her resignation request in October, it was approved in November and she is slated to separate the service in April.

 "At this time there is no indication any other members of the command were present at the Capitol," Lessard added. Rainey made local news in May after she posted a video online of her pulling down caution tape at a playground in Southern Pines, near her duty station of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, that was closed because of COVID-19 restrictions. Rainey's command took administrative action against her after the Southern Pines incident, but Lessard did not say what that entailed.

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