Donald Trump and all who entered the Capitol illegally are guilty in the murder of Officer Brian D. Sicknick who died of injuries after being attacked by terrorist cadres under orders of President Trump and Rudy Giuliani.
Officer Sicknick’s head was caved in by a terrorist wielding a fire extinguisher inside the Capitol Building. Anyone with information please contact your local FBI office.
- 1500 Trump supporters face 10 year sentences, their photos here .
- Others face murder charges in the death of a Capitol police officer and other charges in placing bombs.
- Some Trumpsters face espionage charges in the theft of classified laptops from congressional offices
- This initial study confirms Trump’s pardons of Russiagate associates are criminal acts with pardons facing recension and Trump facing criminal obstruction
- Acting US attorney for DC Michael Sherwin on Thursday said ‘all options are on the table’ for charging members of the pro-Trump mob
- FBI and DC Police are still searching for at least 36 suspects who stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday
- More than 90 people have been arrested so far in connection to the violent siege that came as Congress was certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s win
- Photos of the suspects were revealed at a press conference on Thursday, as authorities vowed to find and bring to justice anyone involved in the insurrection
- Four people, including two men and two women were killed in the massive insurrection
- Ashli Babbit, 35, a US Air Force veteran from San Diego, died in the chaos after being shot in the chest by cops
- Another three victims died after suffering unspecified ‘medical emergencies’ related to the breach
- They were identified as: Benjamin Phillips, 50, of Ringtown, Pennsylvania, Kevin Greason, 55, of Athens, Alabama, and Rosanne Boyland, 34, of Kennesaw, Georgia
- Of the arrests, five were related to unlawful firearm possession and two were for other prohibited weapons
- Acting AG Jeffrey Rosen said the violent protesters could face up to 10 years in prison for ‘injury of federal property,’ under President Trump’s executive order signed in June
- Experts said some could face the rarely used seditious conspiracy charge
- Do you know any of the people involved in yesterday’s riot? Email tips to [email protected]
UK Daily Mail