A shocking video released this week by the Metropolitan Police Department shows January 6th protester Rosanne Boyland’s last moments as police attempt to revive her.

Boyland was reportedly stampeded by other protesters as her and others attempted to escape a cloud of gas deployed by Capitol Police to disperse demonstrators during the unrest.

Protesters repeatedly attempted to get medical help for Boyland and repeated that she was ‘dying’ as she laid unconscious on the ground.

Instead of giving her medical attention, one police officer picked up a walking stick left on the ground and started to strike Boyland as she laid on the ground unresponsive.

The officer was cleared of any wrongdoing despite Boyland presenting no threat to her.

Other demonstrators eventually attempted to resuscitate her by administering CPR but were ultimately unsuccessful.

After police officers let her lay unconscious and beat her for roughly 10 minutes, demonstrators eventually laid her in front of first responders and they attempted to revive her.

She was not transported to the hospital until over an hour later where she was eventually pronounced dead.

The Epoch Times Reports

A dramatic new Metropolitan Police Department bodycam video shows how officers and medics from three police agencies worked for 15 minutes to try to revive a lifeless Rosanne Boyland after she was dragged feet-first through the Lower West Terrace tunnel on Jan. 6, 2021.

The urgent efforts to restart Boyland’s heart were a stark contrast to the previous 10 minutes outside the tunnel, where protesters begged police for medical help, but their pleas were ignored. Boyland, 34, of Kennesaw, Georgia, was the last of four people who died at the U.S. Capitol that day.

The bodycam video of MPD Officer Sarah Beaver, obtained by The Epoch Times, provides the closest and most detailed view of the life-saving efforts inside the tunnel entrance to the U.S. Capitol just after 4:30 p.m.

A group that included tactical officers from U.S. Park Police, MPD, and U.S. Capitol Police began CPR.

Radio traffic from U.S. Capitol Police, also obtained by The Epoch Times, adds detail to the tragic story of Boyland, one of four supporters of President Donald Trump who died at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

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