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Wire Alert: Man Charged In Capitol Hill Protest Commits Suicide

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Christopher Stanton, 53, shot himself in the chest one week after being charged for violating the DC curfew during the Capitol Hill protest

With Democrats labeling random boomers and professionals as ‘domestic terrorists’ in response to the protest held at the nation’s Capitol last Wednesday, normal Americans who are just in fear for their future are being pushed to their breaking point.

Nationalist Review is sad to announce that one individual has taken his own life as a result.

Take careful note of what this man was charged with—what tens of thousands of “peaceful” Blacks Lives Matter protesters were rarely, if ever charged with—merely violating a curfew order.

Local news 11 Alive reports:

Four men with Georgia ties have been arrested for making threats or taking part in last week’s riot at the US Capitol. 11Alive has learned that one of them, Christopher Stanton Georgia, has since died. The Fulton County Medical Examiner said his cause of death is suicide. They said he had a gunshot wound to the chest.

Documents show that around 7:15 p.m. on the night of the riots, Georgia along with several others were outside in violation of a District-wide 6 p.m. curfew. When officers gave several warnings for the group to disperse, documents said they did not. Georgia and the group were placed under arrest as a result.

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