An Alpharetta man who was among several Georgians arrested following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol has died by suicide.

According to the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office, 53-year-old Christian Georgia was found in the basement of an Alpharetta home Jan. 9. Police say two rifles were found in the home.

Georgia was arrested by Metropolitan Police Jan. 6 and charged with “unlawful entry of public property” and violating the Washington D.C.’s 6 p.m. curfew. Georgia pleaded not guilty Jan. 7.

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Annette Verhoff

Trump is going to need bigger hands for all this blood. If a girl can be convicted for sending texts encouraging a boy to commit suicide, surely Trump can be convicted for this suicide that he very clearly owns. Condolences to his family. And I sincerely hope all the others take it less hard when they finally figure out they been had. If you find yourself in the pit of despair because your guy lost the election and/or because of the reasons why your guy says he lost the election, please seek help.

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