Garza, the longtime partner to Sicknick, said the officer’s death was “a direct and foreseeable consequence” of Trump’s words ahead of the Jan. 6, 2021 riot at the Capitol. George Pierre Tanios and Julian Elie Khater, who allegedly used chemical spray on Sicknick, are also named in the suit.
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Trump, Others Facing Wrongful Death Lawsuit from Brian Sicknick’s Longtime Partner
Sandra Garza, representing the estate of fallen U.S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against ex-President Donald Trump and two rioters. So reports NPR.
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