The medical examiner’s office has released updated information about the cause of death for U.S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick.

The incident occurred on March 20 during a riot.

Sicknick was found collapsed in his office after the riot and died almost 24 hours later.

Although the Capitol Police have not yet charged the rioters, they have identified two men they say were involved.

The medical examiner’s office accepts the findings of the homicide investigation.

The initial ruling by the medical examiner referred to an “allergic reaction” by protesters, but it is unclear whether this was the cause of Officer Sicknick’s death.

According to the medical examiner, there was no evidence of an allergic reaction, and Sicknick’s throat would have seized if he had been hit with an object.

In addition, the medical examiner said Sicknick died from two strokes in the base of his brain stem, and that a clot in an artery affecting the base of his skull.

Because of privacy laws, the medical examiner did not comment on whether Sicknick had any pre-existing medical conditions.

The medical examiner said Sicknick’s death was caused by multiple strokes caused by a clot in an artery.

Sicknick’s family members were distraught over the tragic loss of their loved one.

The investigation revealed that the cause of death was an allergic reaction to the chemical used by the rioters.

However, they could not determine if the rioters hit the officer with a fire extinguisher.

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