Judge Dismisses Three Civil Counts Against Trump Related To J6

 January 4, 2024

Former President Donald Trump has achieved the dismissal of multiple civil counts in a lawsuit connected to Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick’s death.

Sicknick died following the U.S. Capitol unrest of Jan. 6, 2021.

The medical examiner who performed Sicknick’s autopsy has confirmed he died of “natural causes.”

It was said that Sicknick’s condition worsened after “all that transpired” on the day of the Capitol protests.

He was taken to a hospital but died the next day after suffering multiple thromboembolic strokes.

Trump has won dismissal of three civil counts, but Sicknick’s girlfriend, Sandra Garza included five in her complaint.

Now, Garza’s attorney, Mark Zaid, has said the team is thinking about their “next options” and are in no way giving up on the last two remaining civil counts.

"We are pleased to see that our lawsuit in pursuit of justice for the late Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died in the aftermath of the January 6th insurrection, has been permitted to continue. We are now considering our next step options, to include deposing former President Trump," Zaid said.

No further information has been made available about what those options may be.