FBI is investigating 37 people over death of Capitol cop Brian Sicknick

Capitol Cop Brian Sidnick, 42 – ‘MURDERED’ by the mob

Sidnick was allegedly hit over the head with a fire extinguisher during the chaos. It’s unclear where exactly he was when he was injured; many of his colleagues were outnumbered on the day. 

He retreated to his division office afterwards which is where he collapsed. He was taken to the hospital, put on life support but died on Thursday night. 

Federal prosecutors have now launched a murder investigation into his death. Like the people he was fighting, he supported Trump. 

Roseanne Boyland, 34 – Trampled in the Rotunda 

Roseanne Boyland, 34, from Georgia was ‘trampled in the Rotunda’, her family told DailyMail.com on Thursday after police she had been potentially ‘crushed’ in the mob. 

Her family said she had planned to ‘hang back’ but was emboldened by Trump’s speech earlier on Wednesday.  

They say they blame Trump for her death. 

Ashli Babbitt, 35 – Shot dead by cops climbing into the Capitol building

Ashli Babbitt, 35, was a 14-year air force veteran who was fatally shot in the chest by Capitol Police as she breached the building. 

A witness to the shooting suggested the San Diego local was shot by police when she tried to climb through a broken window to get into congressional chambers.

She was pictured lying on the ground afterwards with blood streaming from her nose. She was the only person shot on Wednesday. 

Kevin Greeson, 55 – Had a heart attack ‘in the midst of excitement’   

His family said in a statement: ‘Kevin had a history of high blood pressure, and in the midst of the excitement, suffered a heart attack. Our family is devastated.’

Social media photographs show Greeson posing proudly with two AR-15 rifles. He regularly posted on the website Parler where he encouraged violence against Democrats.  

Among recent comments was: ‘Let’s take this f*****g country BACK! Load your guns and take to the s streets. I’m bringing my guns.’  

Ben Phillips, 50 – Had a stroke after leading caravan of Trump fans from PA to DC 

According to The Inquirer, Phillips described the day as ‘the first day of the rest of our lives’. 

‘They should name this year Zero because something will happen,’ his friends claim he said before the riot got underway. 

Phillips founded the website Trumparoo, where Trump supporters can speak to each other, and organized transport for dozens of people to get to DC from Pennsylvania on Wednesday. 

It’s unclear at what point in the day he suffered his stroke, or if he was married or had children. 

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