Fourth Generation Warfare

Police Officer Who Responded to Jan. 6 Capitol Breach Dies by Suicide

So every participant in the “Battle of the Capitol” on both sides who died did so from heart attacks, strokes, suicide, overdose, or getting shot while being unarmed and trying to crawl through a window. Civil War Two is really getting off to a good start. It’s like watching a Super Bowl between two last-place teams.

By Zachary Stieber, Epoch Times

A Washington police officer who responded to the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol was found dead inside his home last week.

Gunther Hashida, 43, killed himself and was found on July 29, a spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police Department told The Epoch Times.

“We are grieving as a Department as our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Hashida’s family and friends,” the department said in an emailed statement.

Hashida worked for the agency’s Emergency Response Team, an outfit in its Special Operations Division. He’s the third law enforcement officer who responded to the Jan. 6 incident to take his own life.

Washington police officer Jeffrey Smith committed suicide in the aftermath of the breach, officials disclosed later in January. And U.S. Capitol Police officer Howard Liebengood killed himself on Jan. 10.

Brian Sicknick, another Capitol Police officer, died on Jan. 7 from natural causes.


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