One day we are told that Officer Sicknick was killed by a fire extinguisher hurled at him during the Capitol riots on January 6, other days we are told that isn’t what really killed Sicknick. Instead, we are told by conflicting reports that he had a heart attack and died. I don’t claim to know what really happened to Sicknick. I wasn’t in Washington D.C. during the riots, and I sure as hell don’t trust the media or FBI making claims about the case either. Still, now the FBI is claiming to have identified a suspect who chucked the fire extinguher at Sicknick, and claim that person is a suspect in Officer Sicknick’s death.
|FBI claims to have identified suspect in death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick|
If Officer Brian Sicknick was really killed by a fire extinguisher hurled at his head as was originally claimed, they I hope they fry the fucker who threw it.
The FBI has singled out an individual seen on a video of the Jan. 6 insurrection spraying law enforcement officers, including a Capitol Police officer who died from injuries sustained while defending the building, according to a law enforcement official.
Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick was injured while fending off the mob of Trump supporters who attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. He died the following evening from his injuries.
The Justice Department opened a federal murder investigation into his death.
A law enforcement official says the FBI now has a video in which an individual can be seen spraying Sicknick and others during the Capitol assault.
The official cautioned that the bureau has not identified the suspect by name, and the video does not directly tie the individual to Sicknick’s death.
The Justice Department declined to comment on the video, and authorities have not provided the public details about Sicknick’s death, including its specific cause. The Capitol Police reiterated Friday night that the medical examiner’s report is not yet complete.
The U.S. attorney’s office for Washington, D.C., which is leading the Capitol riot investigation, has said Sicknick’s death is a top priority, and the office has devoted a specialized team to look into it.
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