AirWorthy99 wrote:Aaron747 wrote:AirWorthy99 wrote:
Since for you 'truth is very important' care to cite with evidence that capital police died as a result of the riot?
And no, based on evidence and official statements, the capitol police officer who died after the riot, died from natural causes https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/pu ... story.html
So, for someone who cars so much about the 'truth' you seem very intent in spreading at the very least, misinformation.
Why read selectively and misinform, when you can actually provide the truth from the article you linked?
Yes, the officer's precise cause of death was likely a preexisting condition. But the trigger for that condition becoming fatal was also likely the prolonged encounter with rioters and high stress of that event. Anyone with an ounce of critical thinking or medical knowledge can make that connection:
Diaz’s ruling does not mean Sicknick was not assaulted or that the violent events at the Capitol did not contribute to his death. The medical examiner noted Sicknick was among the officers who engaged the mob and said “all that transpired played a role in his condition.”
The Capitol Police said in its statement that the ruling “does not change the fact Officer Brian Sicknick died in the line of duty, courageously defending Congress and the Capitol.” The agency said it will “never forget Officer Sicknick’s bravery, nor the bravery of any officer on January 6, who risked their lives to defend our democracy.”
There is no evidence he died as a result of the riot. In any case, if you believe this was a reason for his death, very likely someone would have been charged for his death.
You can't change the facts based on feelings, he did not die because of the riot, that's the official result. The rest is speculation driven by a narrative.
The only person who died as a result of this riot was an unarmed woman who was shot in the neck. That was the only person who died, and at the hands of law enforcement, not rioters.
You literally did not read the highlighted portion of the ME’s findings. That is highly disingenuous. Cause of death is for criminal findings, and circumstances of death are the totality of medical situation.