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For all the footage and so-called ‘inquiries’ being done by federal Democrats, there are still far more questions than answers with the death of Roseanne Boyland. Possibly more than when it started.
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t know her name. But she was one of the people counted among those who lost their lives in connection to the events of January 6th.
The core of the controversy is captured on video in these moments here.
We don’t know what prompted this response and/or if the officers were acting in self-defense.
The @FBI needs to release all footage from that day to the public.
— Katie Daviscourt?? (@KatieDaviscourt) November 22, 2021
Depending on which narrative you accept, Ms. Boyland was either crushed under the weight of the pressing MAGA crowd, died from some kind of a drug overdose, or was knocked down and clubbed by a Capitol Hill cop.
The first scenario has been stated by some as an uncontested fact since the end of January. The Medical Examiner gave us option two as an ‘official finding’. But now we have video that lends real weight to accusations that a defenseless woman on the ground was being cruelly beaten by cops with some kind of a rod.
Philip Anderson was more than a witness, he claims to have been holding her hand as she died, right there on the steps. He offers this photo to back up his claim. (Full article describing that incident that includes an interview of Philip explaining the events and describing Boyland’s state of mind is availablehere.)
On April 7th, the Medical Examiner gave a report on 4 of the deaths associated with events of that day, including Boyland’s.
It claimed: ‘Roseanne Boyland, 34, died of acute amphetamine intoxication’ (Fox23)
But the Medical Examiner in this situation has himself been shrouded in controversy even before looking at the Boyland case. ASHLI BABBITT: Why Did The Chief Medical Examiner Try To Order A Rushed Cremation?
Roseanne’s sister, Lonna Cave, has been taking up the fight to find out what really happened to Roseann. But she’s getting stonewalled. They are refusing to issue a copy of the full autopsy.
According to Cave, she and her parents have been trying for over ten months to obtain information from the government as to what really happened to their daughter that day. They have been met with roadblocks and complete non-transparency on the part of the government.
“We have been denied her full autopsy report with investigative data,” said her mother Cheryl Boyland. “They initially told us we would be able to get it but now they are withholding it from us. They are telling us we have to get an attorney to sue for it. That we can’t have our own daughter’s full autopsy and medical records from that day.” —GatewayPundit
Why would they possibly doubt an official autopsy report?
Well, would you consider a Medical Examiner completely changing his original findings a compelling reason to second-guess it?
“We always knew 100 percent Rosanne did not die of a drug overdose, she was completely clean,” said her father Bret Boyland. “She ran a sobriety meeting for her friends just the night before on January 5th before she left for Washington DC.”
The medical examiner originally told the Boyland family that Rosanne more than likely succumbed to a fentanyl overdose. This made no sense too and broke the heart of the Boyland family, who were very close to Rosanne and were positive she was not using fentanyl. It took them over four months to get the final toxicology reports from the DC Medical Examiner, which showed no fentanyl in Boyland’s blood. Rather, the only thing in her system was her regular prescription medications she had taken for years. Those prescriptions were Adderall (used for Attention Deficit Disorder), a light antidepressant and an average amount of caffeine. The Medical examiner then made the decision to dub Boyland’s death as an “amphetamine overdose”, capitalizing on the fact that the prescription drug Adderall contains amphetamine salts as its main ingredient. —GatewayPundit
The thing that supposedly killed her didn’t show up in the toxicology report four months later. Seems like a pretty serious discrepancy. What accounts for the change?
When they filed a FOIA for the bodycam footage of the officer in that video, her request was denied. GatewayPundit goes into greater detail about timeline discrepancies and the failure of Capitol Police to render aid here.
Kudos to the sister for doggedly demanding the truth behind Roseann’s death.
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