Brian Sicknick died the day after the riot took place at the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
Sandra Garza, the officer’s widow, accuses Trump on CNN, June 17, 2022.
The opportunity for the American to reveal a letter that Prince William sent her.
On June 17, 2022, Sandra Garza reveals on CNN that Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, had sent her a letter to comfort her. Sandra Garza is the widow of US officer Brian Sicknick. According to a medical examiner’s report, Brian died of natural causes brought on by two massive strokes. Brian’s family is convinced that these attacks are the result of injuries sustained during the invasion of the Capitol on January 6 of last year. “Sicknick’s family are convinced the attacks were caused by the pepper gassing,” the Daily Mail said.
Brian Sicknick died following two strokes on January 7, 2021. On June 17, his widow unveiled a letter from Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, 39, for the first time. “Prince William’s letter breaks with the royal tradition of abstaining from politics, both at home and abroad, and is the first time he has dabbled in American matters,” the Daily Mail says. . On the other hand, Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan Markle, 40, regularly comment on American politics and issues.
Prince William: the Duke of Cambridge describes the events as heartbreaking
“Please forgive me if I inconvenience you, but I wanted to write to tell you how sorry I am for the death of your partner, Brian,” reads the letter from Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. Prince William, soon to be 40, praised the “patriotism and selflessness” shown by Sandra Garza’s husband. He also wrote in the letter that he followed the footage of the “heartbreaking events that unfolded on Capitol Hill.” The repercussions of this letter sent by the son of Prince Charles to the grieving widow are not yet known.
Contacted by the Daily Mail, Kensington Palace has yet to comment. “Trump doesn’t care about law enforcement or Brian and yet Prince William took the time to honor Brian and me,” Sandra Garza said of the letter from the grandson of Trump. Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96.
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