The Washington, DC medical examiner's office has released the causes of death of those four civilians who died after or during the Capitol riot on January 6. The cause of death for Capitol Police Officer Brian D. Sicknick has still not been released.
Local news reports that Ashli Babbit's cause of death was a "gunshot wound to the left anterior shoulder." Roseanne Boyland died from a drug overdose, "acute amphetamine intoxication." Boyland's death is listed as an accident.
The two men who died, Benjamin Phillips of Pennsylvania and and Kevin Greenson of Alabama, both were listed as the cause of death being "natural," due to "hypertensive atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease."
Officer Sicknick's cause of death is still not released. Two men were charged for assaulting the officer with bear spray, but that has not yet been deemed to be the reason for his death.
The mainstream media narrative surrounding the Jan. 6 at the Capitol in Washington, DC, perpetrated the idea that there was white supremacist violence that led to the deaths of five individuals.
To date, none of the hundreds that have been arrested in connection with their actions at the Capitol on Jan. 6 have been charged with weapons offenses, other than the two men charged with having assaulted Officer Sicknick with bear spray.