January 13 According to foreign media reports on the 12th, a male Trump supporter in the United States committed suicide at home.
Previously, he was arrested for participating in the riots in the United States Congress on the 6th.
According to the media sources such as Forbes and the Daily Mail, the man’s name is Christopher Stanton Georgia, from Georgia, USA. The local Fulton County Forensic Office confirmed that he shot himself at his home on the 9th.
Georgia’s wife reportedly called the police that morning, saying that the house was “blood everywhere” and that her body was found in the basement with gunshot wounds on the chest. In addition, the police also found two rifles from his home.
Georgia gathered with a group on the day of the riots and was still outside after the curfew measures were urgently promulgated in Washington, the Daily Mail said. When dispersed by the police, they refused to leave and were arrested.
Georgia was arrested on the 6th for breaking into the Capitol and violating curfew, according to documents from the District of Columbia court, D.C., but he did not plead guilty.
A serious clash at the Capitol on the 6th resulted in the death of five people, including a congressional policeman hit in the head by a fire extinguisher and a protester shot dead by the police in the building.
In addition, a police officer involved in the policing of Congress committed suicide last week.