Never-before seen video of Rosanne Boyland moments before her death on January 6th shows she was peacefully protesting before the brutal assault by Capitol Hill Police.
*See newly uncovered video below.
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The video shows the 34-year old from Georgia at the edge of the crowd near the West Capitol Steps. Only minutes after this video was taken Rosanne would be at the bottom of a ceiling-high human pile, fighting to breathe as she was doused by cops with chemical irritants that sucked the oxygen out of air. Anyone who tried to help her out was hit by cops or pepper sprayed.
According to a survivor, Philip Anderson, who was being crushed alongside her, Rosanne screamed for help and grabbed my hand. “She knew she was going to die,” Philip told The Gateway Pundit. Shortly later, her unconscious body was seen being beaten brutally by Metro Police Officer Lila Morris as Rosanne lay unconscious, unmoving. Rosanne is then seen with blue lips, white cheeks and dark blood dripping from her nose and eye.
See the video here of the last moments of Rosanne Boyland’s life before she met her fate:
In the video, Rosanne can be seen at the edge of the crowd in a black hoodie, an army fatigue backpack, her hair up in a messy ponytail and wearing white plastic American flag sunglasses. She cannot see the Capitol entryway and seems curious as to what is going on a few yards in front of her. Rosanne had no idea these would be the last moments of her life. She was an innocent woman standing outside the US Capitol, the People’s House.
WHO WAS ROSANNE BOYLAND?
January 6th, 2021. Four of us died that day. We all know about Ashli Babbitt- but there were three more. One of the others was Rosanne Boyland, and she was one of us. Thirty-four years old. An American citizen. A woman, a sister, a beloved aunt, a friend. A daughter, a Daddy’s girl. A recovered addict who dedicated her life to helping others fight their addictions. Fisherwoman, camper, an amateur chef. A first-time voter. A Trump Supporter. A hopeful human being who felt like her presence on January 6th was important – she came to Washington D.C. from Kenesaw, Georgia- marching and smiling… under the optimistic impression her voice would be heard.
Rosanne was wrong. She died a tragic death that day, and no one ever heard her voice. They killed her, just like they killed the spirits of so many others on January 6th.