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Jan 27 2023
Capitol Rioter Who Attacked Officer Brian Sicknick Is Sentenced To More Than 6 Years
A Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol rioter who attacked police officers with pepper spray, including one who died the next day, was sentenced to more than six years in prison Friday.
Julian Khater, 33, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan to serve six years and eight months in prison. His co-defendant, George Tanios, was sentenced Friday to time served over two misdemeanor chargesHuffPost
Jan 06 2023
Trump Accused in Lawsuit of Causing Jan. 6 Cop Brian Sicknick’s Wrongful Death
The estate of Brian Sicknick, the Capitol Police officer who died a day after responding to the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection, sued Donald Trump on Thursday, alleging the former president and his “false and incendiary” rhetoric had a hand in the officer’s death.
In their 47-page suit, attorneys for Sicknick’s estate traced the officer’s death back to Trump, who urged a mob of his supportersDaily Beast
Mar 07 2023
Carlson: Democrats Reviewed Sicknick Video, Lied About Death
Democrats knew that Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick had not been murdered during the Captiol riot, but lied to the public about his death, according to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, based on newly-released video.
Carlson obtained nearly 41,000 hours of previously unreleased raw footage of the Capitol riot that had been suppressed by Democrats but were provided by Speaker of the HouseBreitbart News
Jun 23 2021
Fact Checking Joe Biden’s Comment on the Death of Brian Sicknick
During a press conference after his meeting with Vladmir Putin on Wednesday, President Joe Biden was asked about Putin justifying crackdowns on political opposition by saying he didn’t want something like the January 6 attack on the Capitol to happen in Russia. Biden responded: “It’s one thing for literally criminals to break through cordon, go into the Capitol, kill a police officer and beThe Dispatch Fact Check
Apr 20 2021
The Brian Sicknick Case Shows How the Media Make Their Own Reality
Not a single journalist at America’s paper of record asked anyone with first-hand knowledge whether the late Brian Sicknick, a Capitol Police officer, was bludgeoned with a fire extinguisher before they reported it. They took the word of “law enforcement officials.”
The initial Times report about Officer Sicknick’s death, from January 8, was paved over with caveats on February 12. InNational Review
Apr 19 2021
Brian Sicknick: US Capitol riot policeman 'died of natural causes'
A US police officer who died after January's Capitol riot had two strokes and died from natural causes, the chief medical examiner for Washington DC has ruled.
Two men are accused of using a type of pepper spray on Officer Brian Sicknick.
However, the ruling means they are now unlikely to be charged with homicide.
The autopsy found no evidence of an allergic reaction toBBC News
Mar 15 2021
Two Charged With Assaulting Officer Brian Sicknick During January 6 Riot
Two men sprayed Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick with bear spray during the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, according to charging documents unsealed on Monday.
Julian Khater of Pennsylvania and George Tanios of West Virginia have been charged with assault for allegedly hitting Sicknick, who died a day after the riot, with the chemical spray, according to The Washington Post.The Daily Wire
Apr 19 2021
Nolte: Corporate Media’s Brian Sicknick Hoax Debunked by D.C. Medical Examiner
Without evidence, America’s corporate media spent weeks hoaxing the American public with the lie Capitol Hill Police Officer Brian Sicknick died after an anti-vote-fraud protester smashed him in the head with a fire extinguisher during the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
After the fire extinguisher hoax was debunked, the corporate media spread the lie that Sicknick probably died asBreitbart News
Mar 28 2023
Packers GM Brian Gutekunst: Aaron Rodgers ghosted us all offseason
Aaron Rodgers is a difficult man to reach — even if you’re the Packers’ GM, apparently. Speaking Monday at the NFL owners’ meetings in Phoenix, Green Bay exec Brian Gutekunst claimed his multiple attempts to connect with Rodgers this offseason about the future went unanswered, despite the 39-year-old quarterback suggesting otherwise. “I was really looking forward to the conversations withNew York Post (News)
Mar 27 2023
Packers’ Brian Gutekunst says first-rounder not ‘necessary’ for Aaron Rodgers trade
Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst shed some more light on the team’s attempt to trade Aaron Rodgers to the Jets. With Gang Green coach Robert Saleh not ready to hit “the panic button” on the lack of a trade as negotiations seem to be at a stalemate, Gutekunst told reporters at the NFL owners meetings in Arizona on Monday that Green Bay hopes to deal Rodgers soon, but does not have aNew York Post (News)