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The sequelae of the riots in the US Congress continue: 4 policemen involved in the treatment have committed suicide-Shangbao Indonesia

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August 03, 2021 19:05 PM

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Seven months after the riots in the U.S. Congress, the U.S. police have reported that 4 police officers responsible for the incident had committed suicide.

According to US media reports, seven months after the riots in the US Congress, the US police have reported that four police officers responsible for the incident had committed suicide.

According to the “Capitol Hill” report on the 2nd, some spokespersons of the Washington, DC Police Department said that Kyle DeFreytag, a policeman who has been working in the department since November 2016, made a statement on July 10. Ri was found to have committed suicide. He was only 26 years old. The police confirmed that De Fretag was one of many police officers sent to Congress in response to the riots. On the same day the news came out, the police also confirmed that Gunther Hashida, the third police officer who responded to the Congressional riots, committed suicide at home.

The US media pointed out that the US Congressional riots on January 6 resulted in the death of 5 people, including a congressional policeman, and the injury of approximately 140 law enforcement personnel. Three days after the incident, US Congressman Howard Liebengood committed suicide. Libengood’s family said the “trauma” caused by the riots prompted him to end his life. On January 15, Washington, DC Police Officer Jeffrey Smith also shot and ended his life. Smith’s widow Irene once stated that during the riots, a mob hit Smith on the head with a pole, causing continuous pain before his death.

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The special committee established by the House of Representatives to investigate the riots held a hearing last week. Several police officers who participated in the riots testified and told about their experiences of being beaten, threatened, and subjected to racially discriminatory language and insults during the incident. They stated that all law enforcement officers who had experienced the riot suffered tremendous trauma.

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