Four Capitol officers now dead by “suicide”. Something’s not right. Pelosi may be having trouble keeping a lid on the narrative and those four officers weren’t willing to go along. Power corrupts and people will kill to keep it. You can officially call it suicide all you want but if it all happens in one place like this, too many people were going to tell the truth about what happened January 6. Pelosi can’t have that.
Now four officers down
To supposed “suicide”. DC Metro Police officer Gunther Hashida was on duty January 6. “New: DC Metro Police say a third officer who responded to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack has died by suicide,” as reported by the Guardian. Gunther was found at his home.
The Guardian announcement continued, “MPD Officer Gunther Hashida, a veteran of the force who joined in May 2003 and assigned to the Emergency Response Team within the Special Ops Division, was found deceased at home on July 29, the dept says.”
Officers need to be quiet
If you want to stay alive. You may air your soul – and meet Your Maker. Officer Kyle DeFreytag’s death July 10 was only just reported. Why is the media sitting on some news? What are you hiding?
Officer DeFreytag was enforcing curfew violations that day. Chief Robert Contee III sent a note to staff last month. “I am writing to share tragic news that Officer Kyle DeFreytag of the 5th District was found deceased last evening. This is incredibly hard news for us all, and for those that knew him best.” DeFreytag had been an officer for five years.
Some officers don’t come home
That’s a common theme among police officers. Many people don’t like being told no. Two other Capitol police officers killed include Jeffrey Smith and Howard Liebengood. Officer Smith was a 12 year veteran, Officer Liebengood had been a part of the force for 16 years.
Brian Sicknick had several strokes after dealing with the January 6 crowd. Kyle Becker of Trending Politics reported things that contradicted the New York Times. Among them was Brian Sicknick’s autopsy actually showed that medical examiner Dr. Francisco Diaz found, “…no evidence that Officer Sicknick had an allergic reaction to chemicals nor of any internal or external injuries.” The New York Times originally reported that Sicknick died due to “brain injuries he sustained after Trump loyalists who overtook the complex struck him in the head with a fire extinguisher, according to two law enforcement officials.”