First we were told Officer Brian Sicknick’s death in the Jan. 6 Capitol skirmish was caused by the trauma of being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher.
That was reported first by the New York Times and then parroted by virtually all mainstream media.
It was a lie, admitted by the Times.
There never was any death by fire extinguisher – not at the Capitol incursion.
The only violent death we know of was 35-year-old Ashli Babbitt, who was shot and killed by an unidentified police officer.
Sicknick was the only police officer who died as a result of the “riot.” Now the Justice Department is determined to prove the guilt of two men who were arrested recently on a charge of “assault with a dangerous weapon.”
Julian Khater and George Tanios have been charged with nine criminal counts for actions taken on Jan. 6 just outside the U.S. Capitol building. What was the dangerous weapon? The duo were charged some kind of chemical spray of Officer Sicknick and two other officers.
While press outlets reported the men were charged with assault with a “dangerous weapon,” that remains in doubt. The reason is simple. No one knows the cause of death of Officer Brian Sicknick. The coroner’s report has not been released. No to