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Few details so far about deaths of 'medical emergency' victims in rioting at Capitol

Few details so far about deaths of 'medical emergency' victims in rioting at Capitol
District of Columbia police have identified the three people who had medical emergencies and died during the storming of the Capitol.

EVELYN HOCKSTEIN/THE WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON — District of Columbia police did not release further details Thursday about the deaths of Rosanne Boyland, 34, of Kennesaw, Ga., told The Washington Post that she was married to Philips from 1999 to 2004 but had had limited contact with him since their divorce.But the social media posts of one advocated that people take up arms, and posts by another showed a belief in the false allegations of election fraud spread by President Donald Trump and his allies.But Greeson appeared to have an account on the right-wing social media site Parler filled with recent obscene and violent posts, fueled by misinformation spread by right-wing radio host Mark Levin, the Proud Boys and others.

Few details so far about deaths of 'medical emergency' victims in rioting at Capitol Supporters demonstrate on behalf of President Donald Trump at the U." A Facebook page belonging to a Rosanne Boyland in Kennesaw features several pro-Trump posts and includes a false assertion that District Mayor Muriel Bowser, a Democrat, ordered hotels and other businesses to close in advance of Wednesday's rally.

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