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Trump supporter dead in suspected suicide days after being arrested at Capitol riot

A supporter of the US president who was arrested at the Capitol riot was said to have died by suicide.

A medical examiner in Fulton County, Atlanta, ruled on Tuesday that the death of Christopher Stanton Georgia was by suicide, confirming earlier reports.

The 53-year-old was also said to have suffered a “gunshot wound to the chest”, the medical examiner said.

He was found by his wife in the basement of their home in Alpharetta, Georgia, on Saturday, according to reports.

Georgia, who was said to have been a regional portfolio manager at a North Carolina bank, was arrested in Washington DC on Wednesday evening after taking part in the riot on the Capitol.

According to the Washington Examiner, he was charged with attempting to break into the US Capitol alongside supporters of the US president.

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Here is another suicide thanks to Democrats and the media hounding these people.

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1 hour ago, MovieMadness said:

Trump supporter dead in suspected suicide days after being arrested at Capitol riot

A supporter of the US president who was arrested at the Capitol riot was said to have died by suicide.

A medical examiner in Fulton County, Atlanta, ruled on Tuesday that the death of Christopher Stanton Georgia was by suicide, confirming earlier reports.

The 53-year-old was also said to have suffered a “gunshot wound to the chest”, the medical examiner said.

He was found by his wife in the basement of their home in Alpharetta, Georgia, on Saturday, according to reports.

Georgia, who was said to have been a regional portfolio manager at a North Carolina bank, was arrested in Washington DC on Wednesday evening after taking part in the riot on the Capitol.

According to the Washington Examiner, he was charged with attempting to break into the US Capitol alongside supporters of the US president.

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Here is another suicide thanks to Democrats and the media hounding these people.

Really,  have you completely lost it?      It isn't the media hounding these people, but the FBI and Department of Justice!

He likely killed himself when he realized Trump had been playing him like a fiddle,  lying to him that Pence could somehow change the result of the election.

I.e. he realized he was a complete and total fool and didn't wish to face the consequences of his actions.    

It appears you support traitors.    That says it all.     

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3 hours ago, MovieMadness said:

Here is another suicide thanks to Democrats and the media hounding these people.

Pathetic that we have a poster on this board who blatantly supports rioters and traitors as long as those hooligans are Trump supporters.

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This suicide doesn't make sense, for one the charge  - attempting to "enter certain property, that is, the United States Capitol Grounds, against the will of the United States Capitol Police."  is really not so serious especially if he had no criminal background.  More likely receive probation and a fine. Definitely nothing to take your own life over.

2nd most suicides by firearm are generally by pistol to the head, why the chest?  Only semi automatic rifles were found.  There is more to this story.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13721197/trump-supporter-christopher-stanton-georgia-capitol-riots/

 

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3 hours ago, TomJH said:

Pathetic that we have a poster on this board who blatantly supports rioters and traitors as long as those hooligans are Trump supporters.....but they gave a free pass to those hooligans mixed in with the peaceful protesters.

:P

 

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9 hours ago, MovieMadness said:

Trump supporter dead in suspected suicide days after being arrested at Capitol riot

A supporter of the US president who was arrested at the Capitol riot was said to have died by suicide.

A medical examiner in Fulton County, Atlanta, ruled on Tuesday that the death of Christopher Stanton Georgia was by suicide, confirming earlier reports.

The 53-year-old was also said to have suffered a “gunshot wound to the chest”, the medical examiner said.

He was found by his wife in the basement of their home in Alpharetta, Georgia, on Saturday, according to reports.

Georgia, who was said to have been a regional portfolio manager at a North Carolina bank, was arrested in Washington DC on Wednesday evening after taking part in the riot on the Capitol.

According to the Washington Examiner, he was charged with attempting to break into the US Capitol alongside supporters of the US president.

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Here is another suicide thanks to Democrats and the media hounding these people.

The man may have committed suicide because he didn't want to go to jail for having participated in an insurrection.

Hello out there, trump supporters who stormed our nation's Capitol and broke every federal law in the book are being arrested right and left.

Many, because they're dumb enough to go on social media and brag about it.

 

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1 hour ago, Swithin said:

It is not unusual for people who know they are guilty to take refuge in suicide,  to be spared the shame.

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If only Donald Trump knew what Shame is!

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2 hours ago, NipkowDisc said:

 

Yes, the insider MAGA Capitol Police -and decision-makers gave these Trump-supporting insurrectionsists  generally a free pass ñ, allowing them to storm the Capital in their hunt to kill Democrats and non-Trumpist GOP members.  Throw the book at all of these traitors.  

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6 hours ago, hamradio said:

This suicide doesn't make sense, for one the charge  - attempting to "enter certain property, that is, the United States Capitol Grounds, against the will of the United States Capitol Police."  is really not so serious especially if he had no criminal background.  More likely receive probation and a fine. Definitely nothing to take your own life over.

2nd most suicides by firearm are generally by pistol to the head, why the chest?  Only semi automatic rifles were found.  There is more to this story.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13721197/trump-supporter-christopher-stanton-georgia-capitol-riots/

 

Maybe he cut a deal to rat on his Proud Boy/White Supremacist buddies and they made an example of him as a warning. 

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1 hour ago, cigarjoe said:

Maybe he cut a deal to rat on his Proud Boy/White Supremacist buddies and they made an example of him as a warning. 

Making a murder look like a suicide has happened so many times, valid point.  There could have been personal issues long before the election and the aftermath. The arrest could had been the proverbial straw that broke the camels back.

Hope investigators look deeply into his death not just conclude it was suicide thinking he's not worth the effort. Regardless of his political views and criminal misdeeds Stanton deserves justice if foul play was involved.

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8 hours ago, hamradio said:

This suicide doesn't make sense, for one the charge  - attempting to "enter certain property, that is, the United States Capitol Grounds, against the will of the United States Capitol Police."  is really not so serious especially if he had no criminal background.  More likely receive probation and a fine. Definitely nothing to take your own life over.

2nd most suicides by firearm are generally by pistol to the head, why the chest?  Only semi automatic rifles were found.  There is more to this story.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/13721197/trump-supporter-christopher-stanton-georgia-capitol-riots/

 

Please tell me what suicides do make sense.    I guess when one is in extreme pain and feels dying is a better overall life choice but otherwise,  you even framings suicide as making-sense-or-not,    is rather odd,  at best.     Looks like you're implying he was murdered.    Why not just say that.

 

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1 hour ago, hamradio said:

Making a murder look like a suicide has happened so many times, valid point.  There could have been personal issues long before the election and the aftermath. The arrest could had been the proverbial straw that broke the camels back.

Hope investigators look deeply into his death not just conclude it was suicide thinking he's not worth the effort. Regardless of his political views and criminal misdeeds Stanton deserves justice if foul play was involved.

Police see this sort of thing all the time.

It's usually forensics that will set the stage for whether or not more investigation is necessary.

But I have to say probably in this environment there's not a lot of sympathy for anyone who was involved in that deadly insurrectional attack, not just on our federal Representatives, but also on our Nation.

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First off....

"Fulton County, Atlanta" Is where?  The STATE of Atlanta?   Didn't know that state existed.  Oh, so Fulton county is in GEORGIA?  And the man's last name was GEORGIA?

Well, how serendipitous!   And if he was a manager at a  North Carolina bank,  it'd be reasonable to assume he lived in north Carolina which raises the question....

WHY is a medical examiner from Fulton County GEORGIA the medical examiner in this case?   That's quite a mammoth commute for  the examiner to make.

There's something amiss in this fable.

Sepiatone

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13 hours ago, MovieMadness said:

Trump supporter dead in suspected suicide days after being arrested at Capitol riot

A supporter of the US president who was arrested at the Capitol riot was said to have died by suicide.

A medical examiner in Fulton County, Atlanta, ruled on Tuesday that the death of Christopher Stanton Georgia was by suicide, confirming earlier reports.

The 53-year-old was also said to have suffered a “gunshot wound to the chest”, the medical examiner said.

He was found by his wife in the basement of their home in Alpharetta, Georgia, on Saturday, according to reports.

Georgia, who was said to have been a regional portfolio manager at a North Carolina bank, was arrested in Washington DC on Wednesday evening after taking part in the riot on the Capitol.

According to the Washington Examiner, he was charged with attempting to break into the US Capitol alongside supporters of the US president.

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Here is another suicide thanks to Democrats and the media hounding these people.

MM, if you lie down with dogs, expect to get fleas.  I'm sorry this man killed himself, but if he was a regional portfolio manager of a bank, then he must have had the intelligence to know that getting mixed up with something that had the potential to get violent was a bad idea. Like somebody else said, what he was charged with does not sound like it would have even garnered a prison sentence. Maybe he just finally realized he had been had by Trump, which apparently, you have not figured out yet. 

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45 minutes ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

Please tell me what suicides do make sense.    I guess when one is in extreme pain and feels dying is a better overall life choice but otherwise,  you even framings suicide as making-sense-or-not,    is rather odd,  at best.     Looks like you're implying he was murdered.    Why not just say that.

 

I never said he was murdered, only the suicide is suspicious. Investigations will determine, simply stating officials shouldn't write it off as suicide without doing anything else.

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4 minutes ago, LsDoorMat said:

MM, if you lie down with dogs, expect to get fleas.  I'm sorry this man killed himself, but if he was a regional portfolio manager of a bank, then he must have had the intelligence to know that getting mixed up with something that had the potential to get violent was a bad idea. Like somebody else said, what he was charged with does not sound like it would have even garnered a prison sentence. Maybe he just finally realized he had been had by Trump, which apparently, you have not figured out yet. 

If every person who was made a sucker out of committed suicide the death toll will exceed all the wars combined.

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HEY! I just heard that the idiots at QAnon are sayin' Biden shot the SOB! No, NOT that he had somebody ELSE do it, but that HE did it!

(...naaah, not really...just kiddin'...BUT, I sure wouldn't be suprised if some of those idiots over there start THAT little conspiracy theory now TOO, huh!)  ;) 

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20 minutes ago, Sepiatone said:

First off....

"Fulton County, Atlanta" Is where?  The STATE of Atlanta?   Didn't know that state existed.  Oh, so Fulton county is in GEORGIA?  And the man's last name was GEORGIA?

Well, how serendipitous!   And if he was a manager at a  North Carolina bank,  it'd be reasonable to assume he lived in north Carolina which raises the question....

WHY is a medical examiner from Fulton County GEORGIA the medical examiner in this case?   That's quite a mammoth commute for  the examiner to make.

There's something amiss in this fable.

Sepiatone

It's a poorly written article that was pasted in. 

This text was published in the newspaper The Independent.  It was also picked up by a couple of web sites, like Yahoo, and a few others.  I don't know who the original author was or where they live, but if they're overseas, it's not surprising they don't get the geography correct.

He lived in Alpharetta, GA, in Fulton County.

He worked for what used to be known as BB&T, and now is called Truist Financial, headquartered in Charlotte, NC.

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1 hour ago, hamradio said:

I never said he was murdered, only the suicide is suspicious. Investigations will determine, simply stating officials shouldn't write it off as suicide without doing anything else.

I know you didn't say he was murdered (I used "implying") .  I'm saying one should have just said that.     That isn't a criticism of you,  only that if one believes a suicide is "suspicious" what are the other alternatives,  especially for someone with a gun wound in their chest.     Highly unlikely it was an accident.

 

 

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1 hour ago, MovieMadness said:

Many of these people being hounded by Democrats and the media have been receiving death threats, so no wonder some of them are committing suicide.

You're such a sensitive, empathic soul, MM. I bet you stay awake nights worrying about the welfare of the guy seen beating a police officer with a flag pole. After all, the media keeps hounding him by re-playing that image all the time.

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16 hours ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

Really,  have you completely lost it?      It isn't the media hounding these people, but the FBI and Department of Justice!

He likely killed himself when he realized Trump had been playing him like a fiddle,  lying to him that Pence could somehow change the result of the election.

I.e. he realized he was a complete and total fool and didn't wish to face the consequences of his actions.    

It appears you support traitors.    That says it all.     

This was a very good response to someone who has lost it.  Though that latter was probably a long time ago.

The media reports the arrests and he equates that as the fault of the media. They really are from another universe.

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