After Beating Roseanne Boyland to Death, Capitol Cops Couldn’t Figure Out How to Operate Emergency Medical Equipment

They know how to use billy clubs and guns against Patriots, though.

Roseanne Boyland


Gateway Pundit

If Roseanne Boyland was still alive when police dragged her unconscious body into the Capitol building on January 6, 2021, the “absolute failure” of law enforcement officials and paramedics to administer basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation properly was a “guaranteed” death sentence, medical experts warn.

Metropolitan Police Department bodycam footage obtained by The Gateway Pundit showcases the inability of law enforcement officials and paramedics to properly operate an automated external defibrillator, perform chest compression and intubate a dying patient as they scurried to render Boyland aid during the riot.

“She’s unconscious!” an officer exclaimed at approximately 4:30 p.m. on January 6, as a group that included tactical officers from U.S. Park Police, MPD, and U.S. Capitol Police dragged Boyland feet-first to the Lower West Terrace from outside the tunnel, where she was trampled by the massive crowd, tear-gassed by police and beat while unconscious by Officer Lila Morris.

At 4:32 p.m., Officer Sarah Beaver is seen struggling to operate an AED to perform resuscitation procedures on Boyland. She initially struggles to even power the device on.

“Where is the thing at? How do you get it out?” Officer Beaver asks her colleague while fidgeting with deliberator pads. “How do you get it out?

“I don’t know how you do it,” Beaver said while frantically breaking the AED apart. “I don’t know how to do it.”

“Me either,” another officer on the scene replies.

“How do you do it?” Beaver asks the group again.

As the tactical team scrambled to activate the AED, they neglected to provide Boyland rescue breaths and repeatedly stopped chest compressions, aberrations of critical CPR protocol that doctors contend would render an alive patient brain dead.

……“She’s getting cold,” an officer declares. Moments later, the Park Police officer intubates, Boyland, inserting a breathing tube down her throat and connecting it to a resuscitation bag.







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