There were two rifles in his house

(CNN) – The authorities have classified as suicide the death of a man who was charged as part of the Capitol uprising.

Last Saturday, after a woman called 911, police in suburban Atlanta found Trump’s adherent dead, Christopher Stanton Georgia.

Subsequently, the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office conducted an autopsy and reported its opinion: Christopher’s death was suicide.

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From their home they recovered two rifles, as confirmed by an incident report from the Alpharetta Police Department.

The 53-year-old was officially charged in Washington with entering illegal way to Capitol and violate the city-wide curfew.

Impeachment of Trump

During the day, the House of Representatives debates an impeachment resolution that would convert Trump the first president in U.S. history to be accused twice.

Democrats accuse Trump of “inciting insurrection” for his role in the deadly riots on Capitol Hill.

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Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell, It has not yet told its members when the Senate trial could be, according to multiple Republican sources.

Even if Trump is indicted today, may remain in office and he will likely end his term because it takes a Senate conviction to remove him even after he has been indicted.


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