Capitol Police officer dies following riots


Breaking this overnight, early morning word that the Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick has died. He was badly hurt during the riots of the capital on Wednesday, signee was only 42 was wounded by rioters, apparently He returned to his division office. They say he collapsed and was taken to a local hospital. Sick. Nick's death will be investigated formally by DC police homicide detectives. The officer joined Capitol police back in July of 2008 and most recently served in the department's first responders unit. DC Mayor Muriel Bowser tweeted this morning. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and colleagues of United States Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick, May he rest in peace as we worked tirelessly to honor his service. The Congress and the Nation, DC stop. Federal prosecutor Michael Sherwin is detailing how many people are facing charges this morning so far in connection with the deadly events on Capitol Hill, saying it's just the beginning. DC's acting U. S Attorney says 55 people are so far facing criminal charges with most related to unlawful entry. Others rounded up for firearms and stolen property, insurrection and seditious conspiracy charges also on the table, adding they won't keep anything out of their arsenal. One man arrested near the capital had a semi automatic weapon and 11 Molotov cocktails. Asked if his office did enough prior to the right to stop it, Sherwin says more can always be done in hindsight, but also says they absolutely did not anticipate a breach of the capital. Ken Duffy. W T O P News, Sherman says this morning. President Trump is not off limits in this investigation. He further says all actors will be examined to decide whether or not they broke the law. This means the president's remarks on Wednesday before the riot may Be

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