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Capitol riots: Video shows police officer CRUSHED by pro-Trump mob

Disturbing video has emerged showing a Capitol Police officer with blood on his face screaming for help while being crushed by a throng of angry Trump supporters storming the US Capitol on Wednesday.

The young cop in the video is pinned between a metal door and a riot shield wielded by the intruders who had snatched the protective equipment from the police.

He wears a pained expression on his face and cries out ‘Help!’ as blood drips from his mouth.

The atmosphere in the entryway is that of total chaos, with hundreds of people screaming and shoving while documenting the melee on their phones.  

The officer, who has not been identified, was among a contingent of Capitol Police officers equipped with riot gear who were tasked with defending the west side of the Capitol building from a heaving crowd of marauding MAGA protesters.

Disturbing video has emerged showing this young Capitol Police officer being crushed by Trump supporters at the US Capitol on Wednesday 

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Footage shows the cop getting pinned between a riot shield wielded by the mob and a metal door. He is heard crying out, ‘Help!’

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The unnamed cop is visibly in pain and has bleed dripping from his mouth 

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Hundreds of rioters snatched the officers’ riot shields and used them to push their way through the line of defense 

The besiegers, many of them sporting hats and flags emblazoned with Trump’s name and his signature campaign slogan, Make America Great Again,’ used the officers’ own shields to push their way through the line of defense.

The video shows them working together while chanting ‘Heave ho’ as they attempt to overpower the officers.  

The outnumbered and overwhelmed cops use pepper spray and their batons to beat back the attackers, some of whom are seen also carrying batons and canisters of what appears to be mace. 

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Many of the besiegers are seen wearing hats and carrying flags emblazoned with Trump’s name (pictured) 

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Some of the intruders deployed canisters of what appeared to be mace against the outnumbered Capitol Police cops  

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One of the invaders (far right) is heard telling officers that they need to arrest the ‘traitors,’ and adds : ‘we don’t wanna hurt you guys’

It is not clear from the video if the batons being used by the rioters were stolen from the police or brought to the rally from home. 

One of the invaders is heard telling officers that they need to arrest the ‘traitors,’ and adds : ‘we don’t wanna hurt you guys.’ 

The attack on the US Capitol claimed five lives, including that of officer Brian Sicknicky, 42, who was injured during the riot and died a day later. Law enforcement sources said he had been struck in the head by a fire extinguisher.

The violent rampage that has shocked the world and led to calls for Trump to step down or be removed from office two weeks before the end of his term forced the resignations of three top Capitol security officials over the failure to stop the breach. It has led lawmakers to demand a review of operations and an FBI briefing over what they called a ‘terrorist attack.’ 

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During a rally in Washington DC on Wednesday, Trump urged his supporters to march to the US Capitol where lawmakers were scheduled to certify Joe Biden’s presidential victory.

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Pro-Trump protesters storm the US Capitol during a rally to contest the certification of the 2020 presidential election results by the US Congress

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Demonstrators breached security and entered the Capitol, including this shirtless man wearing a horned hat and fur pelts 

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Richard ‘Bigo’ Barnett sits inside the office of US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi during the US Capitol siege 

Protesters were egged on by Trump during a rally near the White House earlier Wednesday to head to Capitol Hill, where lawmakers were scheduled to certify Joe Biden’s presidential victory. 

The mob swiftly broke through police barriers, smashed windows and paraded through the halls, sending lawmakers into hiding.

One protester, a woman from California, was shot to death by Capitol Police, and there were dozens of arrests. Three other people died after ‘medical emergencies’ related to the breach.

U.S. Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund, under pressure from congressional leaders, was forced to resign. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell asked for and received the resignation of the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate, Michael Stenger, effective immediately. Paul Irving, the longtime Sergeant at Arms of the House, also resigned.

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Amid talks of impeachment or invoking of the 25th Amendment, Trump released this video on Thursday condemning the violence 

Sund had defended his department’s response to the storming of the Capitol, saying officers had ‘acted valiantly when faced with thousands of individuals involved in violent riotous actions.’

Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser called the police response ‘a failure.’

Lawmakers from both parties pledged to investigate and questioned whether a lack of preparedness allowed a mob to occupy and vandalize the building. The Pentagon and Justice Department had been rebuffed when they offered assistance.                      


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Capitol Cop Brian Sidnick, 42 – ‘MURDERED’ by the mob

Sidnick was allegedly hit over the head with a fire extinguisher during the chaos. It’s unclear where exactly he was when he was injured; many of his colleagues were outnumbered on the day. 

He retreated to his division office afterwards which is where he collapsed. He was taken to the hospital, put on life support but died on Thursday night. 

Federal prosecutors have now launched a murder investigation into his death. Like the people he was fighting, he supported Trump. 

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Roseanne Boyland, 34 – Trampled in the Rotunda 

Roseanne Boyland, 34, from Georgia was ‘trampled in the Rotunda’, her family told DailyMail.com on Thursday after police she had been potentially ‘crushed’ in the mob. 

Her family said she had planned to ‘hang back’ but was emboldened by Trump’s speech earlier on Wednesday.  

They say they blame Trump for her death. 

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Ashli Babbitt, 35 – Shot dead by cops climbing into the Capitol building

Ashli Babbitt, 35, was a 14-year air force veteran who was fatally shot in the chest by Capitol Police as she breached the building. 

A witness to the shooting suggested the San Diego local was shot by police when she tried to climb through a broken window to get into congressional chambers.

She was pictured lying on the ground afterwards with blood streaming from her nose. She was the only person shot on Wednesday. 

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Kevin Greeson, 55 – Had a heart attack ‘in the midst of excitement’   

His family said in a statement: ‘Kevin had a history of high blood pressure, and in the midst of the excitement, suffered a heart attack. Our family is devastated.’

Social media photographs show Greeson posing proudly with two AR-15 rifles. He regularly posted on the website Parler where he encouraged violence against Democrats.  

Among recent comments was: ‘Let’s take this f*****g country BACK! Load your guns and take to the s streets. I’m bringing my guns.’  

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Ben Phillips, 50 – Had a stroke after leading caravan of Trump fans from PA to DC 

According to The Inquirer, Phillips described the day as ‘the first day of the rest of our lives’. 

‘They should name this year Zero because something will happen,’ his friends claim he said before the riot got underway. 

Phillips founded the website Trumparoo, where Trump supporters can speak to each other, and organized transport for dozens of people to get to DC from Pennsylvania on Wednesday. 

It’s unclear at what point in the day he suffered his stroke, or if he was married or had children. 

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