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  • Kidicious
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    I don't think so because they are still pushing the narrative. They haven't released the autopsy.

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  • Berzerker
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    but there is evidence of a cop being hit with a thrown fire extinguisher

    even if that wasn't Sicknick who got hit it does explain how the story started and evolved, people saw it happen, people saw the video, a cop later died of a stroke = Sicknick was killed by a rioter

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  • -Jrabbit
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    Dude, I heard the audio. Clearly, you did not. Just trying to be helpful here. The cop was on radio, calling for help, and his only agenda was describing how they were being attacked and overrun. The fact that you can't respond without a personal attack pretty much shows that you are the one grasping at straws.

  • Kidicious
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    There is no evidence of blunt trauma.

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  • Berzerker
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    if I got hit I'd remember and so would the guys next to me

    unless I was hit hard enough

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  • Dinner
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    You seem to be grasping at straws because even the NYT admits it never happened. That Dems used this lie in the lame second impeachment even though it was fully known to be a lie the whole time... Well, it shows how desperate they were to lie, doesn't it?

  • Dinner
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    Family has repeatedly said he was not hit, only some pepper spray from fellow cops, theNYT and all other supposed news outlets have retracted the story as untrue because it was untrue the whole time.

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  • Berzerker
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    it looks like the guy who got hit had his back to the extinguisher because he was helping the cop who had just been shoved over the barricade. Judging by the deflection maybe it hit him in the upper back or top of the helmet, I dont know what kind of blows can result in stroke later. A little chunk of plaque or clot can be dislodged from just about anywhere in the body and take a few hours or days to reach the brain.
    Last edited by Berzerker; February 25, 2021, 15:32.

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  • Berzerker
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    https://youtu.be/mPQuJrLTB-M

    somebody definitely got hit, but right before that another cop was shoved from behind over the barricade. I hope they nail that guy, that was a cheap shot too.

    I cant zoom in with enough focus to see the impact on a head and it looks like the cops were helmeted. I'm sure the cops who were targeted would have reported the incident to clear up any confusion about who got hit. They could be mum publicly while looking for their suspect or Sicknick was somewhere else.

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  • -Jrabbit
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    There was definitely audio about a fire extinguisher being thrown in the radio chatter from Capitol cops calling for help. The audio was introduced into evidence at the impeachment trial.

  • Dinner
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    Hmm, I am not sure. All the reports are there never was any video of it happening despite cameras being every where. Eve tally the lack of video evidence was explained because the whole thing was a made up lie created be Democrat operatives and spoon feed to a media which were all to happy to run with lies and who didn't bother to do any fact checking at all.

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  • Berzerker
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    I saw video of a scuffle during which a fire extinguisher was thrown into a small group of men. I dont know if Sicknick was one of the men in the scuffle or if that incident became the story about Sicknick being hit.

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  • Dinner
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    A wonderful summary.

    https://greenwald.substack.com/p/the...gerated-claims

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  • -Jrabbit
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    Not a lie. Merrick Garland had nothing to do with the 1983 bombing case. You are demonizing him for dismissing a misconduct complaint, 7 years after the complaint was filed. You are taking the word of Robinson's signature being illegal, despite having only the word of the guy being interviewed (and who had nothing to do with either case). Even the lawyer in the interview does not call Garland corrupt; he just says the question should be asked in the confirmation hearing.

    Merrick Garland had absolutely nothing to do with letting a terrorist loose. LEARN TO READ YOUR OWN DAMNED SOURCES.

  • Kidicious
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    JR is lying to protect corrupt government officials again.

    "On June 17, 2009, the Obama Justice Department alarmingly moved to quash Duke’s arrest warrant and dismiss the indictment, without stating any reasons. The motion was summarily granted by Obama-appointed Magistrate Judge Deborah Robinson who falsely signed the dismissal as an Article III U.S. District Court Judge and falsely stated it was based on reasons given by the prosecutor when in fact no reasons were offered.

    Magistrate Judges, appointed for a fixed term, are authorized to handle preliminary criminal proceedings, such as setting bail, issuing warrants, and accepting guilty pleas, but not to dismiss indictments, let alone by signing the dismissal as an Article III U.S. District Court Judge.

    On January 15, 2014, Chief Judge Merrick Garland summarily dismissed a judicial misconduct complaint against Magistrate Robinson for her unlawful action stating it “lacked sufficient evidence to raise an inference that misconduct has occurred,” when in fact the misconduct was clear when the magistrate signed the order as a District Court Judge and falsely stating it was based on reasons given by the prosecutor when the transcript of the proceedings showed no such reasons were offered."
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