We already know that US Capitol Police murdered Ashli Babbitt execution-style on January 6, 2021. The petite Air Force veteran was completely unarmed and wearing a Trump flag for a cape when she tried to crawl through a window. This tiny woman presented no threat at all – to anyone. A cop shot her in the throat and murdered her for protesting Joe Biden’s inauguration.
But it turns out, all these months later, that Ashli Babbitt might not have been the only unarmed, defenseless woman who was murdered by the police for being a Trump supporter that day.
A young woman named Rosanne Boyland also died at the Capitol on January 6th. The DC medical examiner claimed that Ms. Boyland died of a drug overdose. That story is now beginning to fall apart, much like the fire extinguisher bludgeoning death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick.
For weeks, the media, the Democrats and even many Republicans in Congress told us that Sicknick was beaten to death by Trump supporters. In the end, it turned out that Sicknick actually died of a stroke (which was possibly induced by a COVID vaccine).
The best eyewitness to what happened to Rosanne Boyland on January 6 was a former US Marine named Ryan Nichols. He’s a search-and-rescue expert who runs to the rescue anytime there’s a hurricane or other type of natural disaster in the US. He uses his boat to rescue dogs that are typically abandoned by their owners during a hurricane. Nichols has been featured on news programs rescuing dogs during Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Florence. Ellen DeGeneres featured Nichols on her show and donated $25,000 to the Humane Society in his name, for his dog-rescuing exploits. (Some terrorist insurrectionist, huh?)
Nichols has been in solitary confinement in the DC jail for January 6 protesters for 11 months now. When he saw a group of police viciously attacking a group of mostly women in the tunnel at the Capitol on January 6, he ran in to help. Nichols states, “When I saw women being beaten and in distress, my rescue instinct kicked in and I knew I had no choice but to help rescue them.”
Nichols scuffled with cops in the tunnel as they were pulverizing a group of female Trump supporters with batons and fists, in addition to tear gassing and pepper spraying them. One of the women that Nichols witnessed police officers brutalizing was Rosanne Boyland. As he was trying to help the women while they were being attacked, here is what Nichols witnessed the cops do to Rosanne Boyland, per his latest court filing:
A police officer strikes Boyland in the head five times with a collapsible baton. A second officer then blasts pepper spray directly into Boyland’s eyes. Visibly bleeding from the head, Rosanne Boyland tries to flee but is blocked by the crowd. The first officer then begins poking and jabbing Boyland in the neck and face with his baton, to inflict maximum pain. The officer then strikes Boyland eight more times in the head with his baton.
The cop then spins Ms. Boyland around and proceeds to punch her in the face, five times, with maximum force. A second officer then jumps in and strikes Ms. Boyland 12 times in the head with a baton. The first officer continues to strike Rosanne Boyland in the head with his baton as she collapses to the floor. She was then dragged away from the area, and that was the last time that Ryan Nichols saw her.
But Rosanne Boyland’s ordeal was not over. According to the Gateway Pundit, another police officer continued to brutalize Rosanne Boyland as she was lying on the ground unconscious, outside the tunnel. The Gateway Pundit has identified that cop as DC Metro Police Officer Lila Morris. Based on video of Rosanne Boyland’s final moments, Officer Morris continued to viciously beat Rosanne in the head with a baton, even as she was on the ground, immobile, and obviously not presenting any sort of danger to anyone.
This is the death that the DC medical examiner classified as a “drug overdose.” The medical examiner released that finding but has refused to this day to release the full autopsy report to Rosanne Boyland’s family. Does that sound like a drug overdose to you?
Many of the details that Ryan Nichols described from the tunnel that day were also captured on the 14,000 hours of surveillance video that the Department of Justice refuses to release to the public. This is further proof of why they do not want the American people to see that video.