Did the mainstream media get it wrong when initially reporting the cause of death for U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick? The following report certainly makes that a troubling probability.
“There is an important detail regarding the Capitol riots that is buried in the eighth paragraph of a CNN article with the headline: ‘Investigators struggle to build murder case in death of US Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick,'” according to Blaze Media.
“The article states that U.S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, who died during the storming of the U.S. Capitol building, was not killed by blunt force trauma. This is a contradiction of previous reporting by various media outlets that said the Capitol Police officer was killed by being struck in the head with a fire extinguisher. [emphasis added]
“From the CNN article:
“According to one law enforcement official, medical examiners did not find signs that the officer sustained any blunt force trauma, so investigators believe that early reports that he was fatally struck by a fire extinguisher are not true. [emphasis added]
“The report notes that Sicknick’s cause of death is still not known, adding that the ‘findings from a medical examiner’s review have not yet been released and authorities have not made any announcements about that ongoing process.’ [emphasis added]
“Investigators are reportedly looking into the possibility that Sicknick became violently ill after coming in contact with a chemical irritant such as pepper spray or bear spray. Medical examiners are also trying to determine if Sicknick possibly had a preexisting medical condition that negatively affected him during the Capitol riots on Jan. 6.”
For more on this ongoing story and investigation, go to Blaze Media.
Please share your thoughts in the comment section. Do you believe the mainstream media got it wrong when initially reporting the cause of death for U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick?