Judicial oversight requests autopsy of Capitol Hill policeman Brian Sicknick who is believed to have died of a stroke after the January 6 riot

Conservative group Judicial filed a lawsuit on seeking information on Capitol Hill cop Brian Sicknick.

Judicial sued the District of Columbia’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) over Constable Sicknick’s autopsy and related records.

Mainstream media, with The New York Times leading the charge, lied about Sicknick’s death and falsely claimed he died from injuries sustained after being on the head with a fire extinguisher during the riot on the Capitol on January 6.

The Gateway Pundit was the first to report that Agent Sicknick may have died of a stroke.

A source told TGP reporter Cassandra Fairbanks Sicknick of a “medical emergency” (possibly a stroke) while on duty during the protest.

It is not clear if he was linked or related to the unrest.

The Democrat-Media Complex is lying about Sicknick’s death, and FBI Director Wray declined to answer questions about his death in a recent hearing.

Earlier this week, two men were arrested for * assaulting * Constable Brian Sicknick.

Julian Elie Khater, 32, of Pennsylvania, and George Pierre Tanios, 39, of Morgantown, are charged with assault.

According to the far-left Washington Post: “Khater and Tanios are charged with nine counts, including assaulting Sicknick, a US Capitol Police officer identified as C. Edwards and a DC police officer identified as B Chapman with a lethal weapon. They are also charged with civil unrest and obstructing proceedings in Congress. The charges carry a maximum of 20 years in prison. ”

Judicial said too much was enough for them to pursue Sicknick’s autopsy and other documents related to his death:

We’re not going to get the full truth about the events on Capitol Hill on January 6 from politicians or dishonest media – no surprise there. So we went there on our own.

We brought a District of Columbia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit in the District of Columbia Superior Court against the District of Columbia for the autopsy of Capitol Officer Brian Sicknick and related records (Judicial v. Columbia District (Case number 2021 CA 000875 B)).

We filed a lawsuit after the District of Columbia’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) denied our February 16, 2021, FOIA request for:

All records, including, but not limited to, autopsy reports, toxicology reports, notes, photographs and communications from OCME officials, relating to the police officer’s death on January 6, 2021 of Capitol Brian Sicknick and his related investigation.

Initial reports from the New York Times and other media outlets on Agent Sicknick’s cause of death were subsequently corrected and revised.

The unusual and illegal secrecy of the investigation into Constable Sicknick’s death undermines public confidence in the proper administration of justice.

We also recently sued US Capitol Police emails and videos related to the riot and President Nancy Pelosi’s communications with the Pentagon in the days following the incident on the 6th. January.

It will be especially interesting to see if politicians such as Nancy Pelosi or other outside officials have contacted the medical examiner’s office regarding Agent Sicknick.

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