About the Course

In 2022, the United States House of Representatives select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol asked me to submit information about how the insurrection was financed. 

In response to this request, we created a report outlining how the attack was financed, focusing on three main groups: the Oath Keepers, the Proud Boys, and the Three Percenters. As part of this analysis, we included recommendations for countering the financing of insurrection, and provided a short comparative analysis with the financing of the Ottawa occupation.

Upon enrolling, you'll have access to the full, un-redacted report that we submitted to the Select Committee. You'll also have access to a webinar that I did on the report, focusing on a comparison between January 6th and the Ottawa occupation. 

After taking the course, you'll have insights into how far-right groups raise, use, move, store, manage, and obscure funds, as well as be able to describe and illustrate how the attack on the US capitol was financed.

Course Contents

    1. Learning about January 6th Financing

    1. Report: Financing January 6th

    2. Webinar: January 6th and the Ottawa Convoy

    3. Feedback & Review

About this course

  • $99.00
  • 4 lessons


Jessica Davis


Jessica Davis is an international expert on terrorism and illicit financing, President and Principal Consultant with Insight Threat Intelligence, and President of the Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies. She is an award-winning researcher who works to bring evidence-based solutions to the private and public sectors to counter illicit financing and terrorism. Prior to launching Insight Threat Intelligence, Jessica worked for the government of Canada in various roles in the Canadian Armed Forces, Global Affairs Canada, FINTRAC, and the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. She is the author of Illicit Money: Financing Terrorism in the 21st Century (2021) and has published extensively in the Globe and Mail, Just Security, Lawfare, and in academic journals. Jessica is an associate fellow with the Royal United Services Institute’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, a senior visiting fellow with the Soufan Center, a senior associate with the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), and is a PhD candidate at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. In 2023, she won the prestigious SSHRC Impact Talent award for her research on counter-terrorist financing policies and practices. She writes at newsletter.insightthreatintel.com.

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