Three people who died of medical emergencies during Wednesday’s protest at the Capitol were from Pennsylvania, Alabama and Georgia, officials said

The last post on Greeson’s Twitter account on 28 July cited a discredited claim by President Trump that hydroxychloroquine was a cure for COVID-19

Greeson, who had a history of high blood pressure, suffered a fatal heart attack during the protest. He was “a wonderful father and husband who loved life,” his family told the message courier

“Kevin was an attorney for President Trump and attended the event on Jan. January 2021 to show its support, “the statement said

Robert Contee, acting chief of the Metropolitan Police Department in DC, ignored the three deceased, simply saying, “They were on the Capitol grounds when they were experiencing a medical emergency”

Ashli ​​Babbitt, a 35-year-old Air Force veterinarian and avid Trump supporter, was shot dead by the Capitol Police when she tried to break a barricade into the chambers of the house

“The White House mourns the loss of life that took place yesterday and expresses its sympathy to their families and loved ones,” said press secretary Judd Deere on Thursday

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