Couy Griffin speaks to CNN on Capitol riot, questions documented fatalities

District 2 Otero County Commissioner Couy Griffin, 47 of Tularosa, was interviewed for a CNN documentary about the Jan. 6 Capitol riots, in the course of which he questioned studies that two people were killed in the riot. 

Griffin reported during the interview that he was not guaranteed if Capitol law enforcement officer Brian Sicknick and protester Ashli Babbitt ended up useless, in spite of several reviews confirming their fatalities. 

Sicknick died on Jan. 7 of a stroke he endured immediately after becoming sprayed with not known chemical agent in the course of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots.

Babbitt was shot in the shoulder when she tried using to climb through a barricade close to the Home of Representatives chambers. Babbitt later died of the injuries.

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