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BILD: Two MAGA fanatics who died "for medical reasons" during a mob attack on the Capitol


Roseanne Boyland, 34, died. Her family told DailyMail.com that they had been trampled in the rotunda.

The three Trump fanatics who died during Wednesday's mob attack on the Capitol died of a heart attack, stroke and were trampled in the rotunda.

Roseanne Boyland, 34, from Georgia, Kevin Greeson, 55, from Alabama and Benjamin Phillips, 50, from Pennsylvania died Wednesday.

Phillips, a computer programmer who traveled to DC with dozens of other Trump fans from Pennsylvania, suffered a stroke.

Greeson, who had high blood pressure, suffered a heart attack "amid the excitement", his family said.

Roseanne was trampled in the rotunda, her family told DailyMail.com on Thursday, after police may have "knocked her down" in the crowd.

Capitol Police performed CPR on her at 5 p.m. after her breakdown. She was pronounced dead in the hospital just before 6 p.m.

It is unclear whether the two men were part of the violent crowd that stormed the building as it was.

Roseanne's family in Georgia told DailyMail.com on Thursday that it was the first Trump event they had ever attended. She had hesitated to leave and her relatives said they tried to dissuade her.

Kevin Greeson, 55, from Alabama

Benjamin Phillips, 50, from Pennsylvania

Kevin Greeson, 55, of Alabama (left). His family says he is prone to high blood pressure and had a heart attack on Wednesday "in the midst of the excitement". Phillips had arranged for dozens of people to drive from PA to DC. He had a stroke and died on the scene

Roseanne was trampled in the rotunda, her family told DailyMail.com on Thursday, after police may have "knocked her down" in the crowd.

Roseanne was trampled in the rotunda, her family told DailyMail.com on Thursday, after police may have "knocked her down" in the crowd.

She traveled to DC on Tuesday night and had planned to hold back but was encouraged by Trump's speech, her relatives said.

“She really only believed in Trump and that was it.

& # 39; This was her first. She shouldn't even go … we all didn't want her to go. She hung back and then after yesterday's speech …

'They are still working on (the details). Someone said she was trampled, others said she collapsed … we're still trying to find out, 'said the relative.

She just believed in Trump … it cost her life

Her brother-in-law Justin Cave said the rally cost her her life.

He blames Trump for her death.

& # 39; Roseanne, like many people there, was very passionate about her beliefs, as well as her law.

“Personally, I believe the president sparked a riot that killed four of his biggest fans. One of them happened to be my sister.

"Personally, I think we should refer to the 25th amendment."

In a statement he read aloud, he said: “Our family is devastated by the loss of Roseanne. She was a wonderful sister, daughter and aunt. Everyone who knew her knows how compassionate she was.

& # 39; She would always put others in front of her. As we watched these horrific events, we hoped Roseanne wasn't among the crowd.

Greeson's family said he was peaceful and had no intention of violence. These are some of his final contributions to Parler

Greeson's family said he was peaceful and had no intention of violence. These are some of his final contributions to Parler

"Tragically, it was her and it cost her life," he said.

Another woman – 35-year-old Air Force veteran Ashli ​​Babbitt – was shot dead by Capitol Police.

Phillips was a computer programmer.

Roseanne's brother-in-law Justin Cave blames Trump for her death

Roseanne's brother-in-law Justin Cave blames Trump for her death

According to The Inquirer, he described the day as "the first day of the rest of our lives".

"You should call this year Zero because something is going to happen," his friends claim before the uprising began.

Phillips founded Trumparoo, a website that allows Trump supporters to talk to one another, and organized transportation for dozens of people to get from Pennsylvania to DC on Wednesday.

It is unclear at what point on the day he had his heart attack, or whether he was married or had children.

Greeson's son announced his death on Facebook.

“My father had a heart attack yesterday and unfortunately passed away. We all loved him so much.

“He was such a great man that we all miss you so much. Please keep our family in your thoughts and prayers, ”he said.

Social media photos show Greeson proudly posing with two AR-15 rifles. He regularly posted on the Parler website, where he promoted violence against Democrats.

Recent comments included: “Let's take this damn land back! Load up your guns and take to the streets.

Phillip's friends said he was excited on the drive to DC and described the day as "the first day of the rest of our lives".

Phillip's friends said he was excited on the drive to DC and described the day as "the first day of the rest of our lives".

Phillips founded the Trumparoo website. On January 6th, he organized a caravan from Pennsylvania to Washington

Phillips founded the Trumparoo website. On January 6th, he organized a caravan from Pennsylvania to Washington

Phillips posted on his website all day on the Wednesday before his death

Phillips posted on his website all day on the Wednesday before his death

Boyland was obsessed with Trump. This is one of the memes she posted on Facebook

Boyland was obsessed with Trump. This is one of the memes she posted on Facebook

"Let's give them a war … Democrats have no weapons … we have … bring your cane, I'll bring my weapons."

Ashli ​​Babbitt, 35, was shot dead by Capitol police

Ashli ​​Babbitt, 35, was shot dead by Capitol police

He also tweeted that hydroxychloroquine was a known cure for COVID – which has not been proven.

However, his family said he was not violent and was only there to show his support for Trump.

Kevin had a history of high blood pressure and had a heart attack amid the excitement.

& # 39; Our family is devastated.

"We are grateful for all the thoughts and prayers and value the privacy during this time when we are grieving," they said.

President Trump himself didn't say anything about her death.

In a brief statement in the White House briefing room, his secretary, Kayleigh Mcenany, said: "Those who have forcibly besieged our capital are the opposite of everything this government stands for."

She left without answering questions from the press. Trump's Twitter and Facebook accounts have been banned.

Paramedics are prone to Babbitt moments after she was shot dead in the Capitol on Wednesday

Paramedics are prone to Babbitt moments after she was shot dead in the Capitol on Wednesday

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