Multiple police officers who were on duty at the January 6th Capitol riot have died due to suicide, reports say.
First, DC Metro Police officer Gunther Hashida has died due to suicide. He was on duty at the Jan. 6th riot. The Guardian reported that “DC Metro Police say a third officer who responded to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack has died by suicide.”
Hashida was a veteran of the force who joined in May 2003 and was assigned to the Emergency Response Team within the Special Ops Division. He was found dead at his home on July 29.
Just hours after learning about the suicide of officer Hashida, officer Kyle DeFreytag, who was just 26 years old, was also found dead allegedly by suicide. Although this reportedly occurred in mid-July, the report of his death only surfaced recently following the suicide of Hashida.
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DeFreytag is the fourth officer involved in the January 6th riot to have died. Something is just not adding up. Check out what Kyle Becker reported:
Earlier police officer deaths attributed to suicide include Jeffrey Smith, a 12-year veteran of the force, and Howard Liebengood, a Capitol Police officer who is also said to have died by suicide after being on duty on January 6.
Officer Brian Sicknick was lain in state after his tragic death following the Capitol Riots. The Medical Examiner determined that he died from natural causes.
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Capitol Police Officer Brian D. Sicknick had multiple strokes hours after sparring with a pro-Trump mob during the Jan. 6 riot and died of natural causes, Washington’s medical examiner said on Monday.”
“The determination likely complicates the Justice Department’s efforts to prosecute anyone in the death of Mr. Sicknick, 42; two men have been charged with assaulting him by spraying an unknown chemical on him outside the Capitol. But the autopsy found no evidence that Officer Sicknick had an allergic reaction to chemicals nor of any internal or external injuries, the medical examiner, Dr. Francisco J. Diaz, told The Washington Post, which first reported his finding.”
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CNN’s Chris Cuomo has been exposed for his role in his brother’s sexual harassment scandal.
NY Attorney General Letitia James reported that CNN’s Chris Cuomo was one of several unpaid advisors whom the governor consulted with on handling his ongoing sexual harassment allegations.
Chris Cuomo gave suggestions on how his brother should respond to the sexual harassment claims.
Chris Cuomo also told CNN viewers the next day he “obviously” could not cover the harassment claims due to conflict of interest.
Do not overlook the Cuomo report appendix, which includes Charlotte Bennett's texts about her Cuomo interactions and this email from Chris Cuomo appearing to draft a statement for his brother https://t.co/uN17cZRbNJ pic.twitter.com/etUCrQbWTX
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