DC Metropolitan police officer Mike Fanone was one of 3 officers who was dragged down the stairs during the Capitol siege. He was then tased. He described the riot as “a medieval battle scene. Some of the most brutal combat I’ve ever encountered.”
DC Metro Police Officers Mike Fanone, Daniel Hodges & Lila Morris are attending the Super Bowl as NFL’s guests in recognition of their heroism during Jan. 6 attack at Capitol Bldg. Family of fallen Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick also in attendance as honored guests. @wusa9
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As dozens of police officers took a stand during last week's violent riot inside the U.S. Capitol, some feared for their lives. “My best chance for survival...was to try to appeal to someone’s humanity,” Officer Mike Fanone says, “I remember yelling out that I have kids.”
D.C. Police officer Mike Fanone is currently recovering from a mild heart attack he suffered during the confrontation with pro-Trump rioters at the Capitol. "Guys were trying to grab my gun and they were chanting like, 'kill him with his own gun.’”
“Thank you, but f--- you for being there.” D.C. Police Officer Mike Fanone sent a poignant message to supporters of President Donald Trump who helped him escape as he was being beaten by a mob of other Trump supporters at the Capitol.
DC Police Officer Mike Fanone remembers wondering if his four daughters would be ok without him as he was beaten, tased and suffered a heart attack. "I remember guys chanting, like, ‘Kill him with his own gun!’"
D.C. Police Officer Mike Fanone and Officer Christina Laury describe how they confronted pro-Trump rioters at the U.S. Capitol. Fanone is currently recovering from a mild heart attack he suffered during the attack.