We're looking for open source images of the moment when Capitol Police Officer Brian D. Sicknick was attacked on January 6th, which eventually led to his death, continuing efforts started by @No_Nazis_Please
We are looking for images of this location, where we currently believe Sicknick was first attacked. These images will help establish the exact timeline of events, and hopefully a clearer picture of what exactly happened.
This image by @SusieQFortineux gives a better sense of the location where this incident took place. With enough images it may be possible to establish a timeline of events that goes back to when the police barricades were passed.
If you find an image, please include a link to where you found the image, so we can have a chance of establishing the original source. If you don't do that then it makes it much harder to find the original source, and that might be a lead to more imagery of the incident.
We would not only want to identify the individuals involved, but also the circumstances that led to the killing, such as the moment the individuals involved passed through the police barrier.
This @WSJ video on the events of Jan 6th has a clip at 1:48 from a video water-markered @bgonthescene. Does anyone have a link to the original clip?
It has been possible to match the moment shown in this image to video footage of the exact same moment, which shows this police officer was pulled to the ground and dragged down the stairs by his helmet.
The clip, which some may find disturbing, shows the moment where a protester wearing a black, red and white cap climbs over the railing near the door, appears to pull an officer towards him, then drags him down onto the ground then down the steps by the back of his helmet.
The full video the clip is from can be found here, and occurs around 2:48. It's important to note we have not yet confirmed if this is Officer Sicknick. instagram.com/p/CJxPQcXgq6H/

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A quick Sunday morning #geolocation challenge. This image was shared on Reddit claiming to show the police officer killed during the events at the Capitol on January 6th. Can anyone find the exact location it was taken?
If we can find the location we can then review the video footage collected to see if it's possible to make a positive identification and discover more footage from around the time he was killed.
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