Say what?I almost put this under “Third Police Officer ...” but then thought it deserved more notice than that. What in the world is going on??
Is this Stalin's Russia? I can barely believe this is happening in America. America of all places.
Anyone who believes it's suicide must be deliberately blind.
This is horrific. Lord please deal with these evil doers before they "silence" anyone else.
Four police officers who responded to Capitol riot have died by suicide
Four D.C. Metropolitan Police police officers who responded to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot have died by suicide, according to the WUSA9, a CBS affiliate in the city.
Driving the news: Officer Kyle DeFreytag, who served in the Fifth District and responded to the Capitol riot, was found dead on July 10. DeFreytag joined the department in 2016, per CNN.
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The big picture: Confirmation of DeFreytag's death marks four suicides by officers who defended the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
The number of 'suicides' among people who could be a threat to the power elites seems to be skyrocketing. It almost seems like they want us to realize these people are being 'suicided' as a threat to others to not get in their way. We need to pray for other Capitol Hill officers who might be in danger as well.
I am astounded by this news. Utterly insane. I hope what I am about to say comes across the right way..... I really hope I word it correctly.
My dad committed suicide. It was devastating in a way that words truly cannot describe. He struggled with mental illness for all of his adult life. He was medicated. But he finally just gave up. I know more about suicide then I ever wanted to know. And hearing about these 4 suicides makes zero sense to me. Something is truly off.
You did just fine.
Mental illness sucks. Sometimes the medications seem worse than the illness, until the effects of not being on the medications force one back onto them. The unrelenting. never-ending pain, frustration, and not understanding is probably the hardest part. Talking (or writing) about mental illness, especially when one has been closely impacted by it, can be really hard and painful.
May God bless you with His perfect peace