I still don't know why the committee called yesturday's emergency meeting. It seemed to be put together quickly, almost over night, and they were not as well prepared as they had been in the other meetings. While there was new evidence like they claimed, none of it that I could see ”had to be known” by "us" right away.
There is an ongoing parallel investigation by the Department of Justice. I had read last week that there was a problem with information sharing. There seems to be disagreement among the committee members with regard to sharing the evidence they have gathered before it is made public. If true, and I have no idea what the reason could be. I do know however that it is not “uncommon” among law enforcement agencies investigating the same crime. Usually when egos play a part.
At any rate, I’m guessing that there might have been vital information somewhere in what we saw yesterday that the DOJ needed for their investigation, and in order to satisfy the member/s on the committee who didn’t want info shared before it is made public, this meeting was hastily called.