- A reporter who misplaced her earring throughout the January 6 Capitol riot was reunited together with her jewellery.
- The person who discovered the earring tweeted that he nonetheless had it on Tuesday and was seeking to return it.
- The proprietor noticed the tweet and claimed the earring, which, in line with a colleague, was a “particular piece of knickknack” to her.
A reporter was reunited with a gold earring she misplaced throughout the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot almost one 12 months later.
Joe Lowry, who works in emergency preparedness for the US Congress, Tweeted on January 10, 2021, that he discovered a gold hoop earring within the Home Gallery on January 6, 2021.
—Joe Lowry (@PreparednessJoe) January 10, 2021
He held on to the earring all 12 months, and on Tuesday morning, two days earlier than the one-year anniversary of the Capitol riot, he posted concerning the jewellery once more.
“I nonetheless have this earring that was doubtless misplaced on January 6 within the Home Gallery. It was most likely misplaced by a Member or reporter within the gallery closest to the Radio/TV Gallery. If it is yours, let me know,” Lowry wrote on Twitter.
—Joe Lowry (@PreparednessJoe) January 4, 2022
Inside a minute of posting, Politico Capitol Hill reporter Sarah Ferris responded to Lowry’s tweet, claiming the ring as her personal.
“Oh my gosh that is MINE! I nonetheless have the opposite one!!” Ferris replied.
—Sarah Ferris (@sarahnferris) January 4, 2022
Ferris’ colleague Melanie Zanona, a fellow Capitol Hill reporter from CNN, was excited to see Ferris had been reunited together with her hoop.
“I used to be with @sarahnferris on January sixth when she misplaced this gold hoop earring, which was a particular piece of knickknack to her,” Zanona wrote on Twitter.
She stated the pair briefly looked for the earring however since they have been exhausted, they gave up.
—Melanie Zanona (@MZanona) January 4, 2022
Neither Lowry or Ferris might be reached for remark.