Brian Sicknick, a police officer who was injured in the attack on the Washington Capitol, died of a stroke. This concludes the coroner. There is a natural death: the injury suffered in the storm has no effect on his death, this is the conclusion.
Until now, it has been thought that 42-year-old Sicknick died after hitting the head with a fire extinguisher. Nor did he publicly say the possibility of his death due to chemical spraying by congressional attackers. Trump supporter Sicknick died on January 7 the day after the storm.
The coroner found no allergic reactions to any chemicals. Sicknick did not suffer any internal or external injuries.
In response, the Congressional police indicated that they accepted the investigation results. However, the police continued to emphasize that Sikhnik died in “armor” while defending the Parliament, the Capitol, and the democratic system.
The two suspects have been charged with Sicknick’s death. They will spray chemicals on the potions. The coroner’s investigation made it more difficult for the prosecutor to hold the two responsible for the death of the policeman.
After Sicknick’s death, the body was placed in the rotunda under the famous white dome of the Capitol for a day.