Who was Christopher Stanton GeorgiaWho was Christopher Stanton Georgia

53-year-old Christopher Stanton Georgia committed suicide on Saturday after he was charged in the Capitol riot according to the Fulton County medical examiner.

Georgia was charged with attempting to “enter certain property that is, the United States Capitol Grounds, against the will of the United States Capitol Police.”

According to WXIA, the police report shows Georgia’s death is “under investigation.


Four men with Georgia ties have been arrested for making threats or taking part in last week’s riot at the US Capitol.

11Alive has learned that one of them, Christopher Stanton Georgia, has since died. The Fulton County Medical Examiner said his cause of death is suicide. They said he had a gunshot wound to the chest.

According to documents from the Superior Court of DC, Georgia is charged with attempting to “enter certain property, that is, the United States Capitol Grounds, against the will of the United States Capitol Police.”

An Alpharetta Police report shows Georgia died at his home on Saturday.

The report shows officers removed two rifles from his home and listed his death as “under investigation.”

Who was Christopher Stanton Georgia? Capitol rioter’s wife says ‘there’s blood everywhere’ after he kills himself

Fulton County Medical Examiner confirmed that he died after a self-inflicted gunshot wound in the chest

Georgia was a ‘loving father’

According to his LinkedIn profile, Georgia worked as a regional portfolio manager at BB&T. It is a North-Carolina based banking company that later became known as Truist Financial after a merger with SunTrust in 2019. In the early 1990s, Georgia reportedly earned his livelihood by selling hairpieces, before he secured a stable career in finance. Among his neighbors, he was known as an amicable, happy man who never spoke badly about anyone. Jace Carreras, a neighbor of Georgia, told The Sun that Georgia was a ‘loving father’ and someone “who always had a smile and loved cutting his own grass.”

Georgia’s former mother-in-law from his previous marriage, Ellen Burbage, however, considered him a ‘bad influence’ on her daughter Lisa. She considered their divorce a welcome decision. But even Burbage agreed that Georgia never came off as someone who took such a keen interest in politics.

Why was Georgia arrested?

On January 6, 2021, during the Capitol riots, authorities declared a 6 pm curfew to handle the mob attacks. Georgia, along with a group of pro-Trump troublemakers, reportedly violated the curfew order around 7.15 pm. Despite several warnings by police officials, the mob refused to disperse, prompting the police to arrest the rioters. As per the documents released by the Superior Court of DC, Georgia was charged with trying to “enter certain property, that is, the United States Capitol Grounds, against the will of the United States Capitol Police.”

Arrest on the grounds of unlawful entry carries a penalty of up to 180 days in jail and fines up to $1,000. So far, 82 people have been arrested on this ground for the shocking attack on the US Capitol last Wednesday, during a Congress session to validate Joe Biden’s electoral victory. 

Six people confirmed dead

DailyMail reported that on the morning of January 9, Georgia’s wife called 911, and frantically reported that there was “blood everywhere.” She had discovered his body in their basement and provided details about his death to the police. Later, the police recovered two semi-automatic SKS rifles from his home. The police report from the scene described Georgia’s family members to be ‘extremely distressed’ by the situation. However, the police have not divulged any further details about Georgia’s death and the incident was placed under investigation.

Georgia happens to be the sixth person reported dead as a consequence of the US Capitol attack. Before him, four Trump supporters and one police officer were confirmed dead at the site of the riot.

Please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text the Crisis Text Line at 741-741.

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6 thoughts on “Georgia Man Charged in Capitol Riot Commits Suicide – Dies of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound to the Chest”
  1. If Joe Biden and Kammel-toe are in charge of this country for the next four years…….you’re gonna see a whole lot more of this going on. It would be better to be dead, than to try and live with what they have planned for everyone.

    The censoring, banning, impeachment, lockdowns………………it’s all sanctioned by Lucifer himself. Most of you know him by the initials, George S. He finally spent enough money, and bought enough souls, to destroy America. He had to, he won’t live long enough to see another election.
    EVERYBODY in the democrat party, and half the people in the republican party, are going to burn in Hell for an eternity……… That’s a long time to burn, but WELL deserved.

  2. Yep and women rarely shoot themselves in a suicide attempt, vanity…. But really no gun owner with any knowledge of guns or those like myself who READ, would choose to use a rifle to shoot themselves mid body. Not definite or smart. If you don’t really want to kill yourself you would go for an extremity and the converse, if you really wanted to die? Head shot not torso. So did this guy arkanside himself, ie, he knew something like Rich or Epstein??? Kinda interested to see what else turns ups , as always,long after the fact has been broadcasted…

  3. Well, the corrupt democrat party’s fbi was involved, so we know how they work, intimidation, threats. And the democrat party’s dept of justice, another corrupt entity that likes to threaten normal americans.
    He was prolly thinking he’s now on the terrorist watch list, will be brought up on fed charges of felonies (threats), lose his gun rights, his name will now be known so the democrat party’s mainstream media putting hit pieces out on him, his employer contacted by the tw&tter mobs, the democrat party’s antifa/blm now going to vandalize his house, vehicle, etc.
    A bar owner in UT committed suicide in OR due to a justified shoot, but then came the endless threats.

    People need to wake up and educate themselves on what’s going on
    yes there is an actual war taking place
    conservatives are notorious dumb&sses tho, so more will wind up where he did.

  4. Probably the Lindsey Grahm types who called for the harshest prosecutions and sentences possible put him over the edge.

    All who failed to speak out and demand they get off with no more than a slap on the wrist in most cases where they damaged no property nor did anything other than trespass,

    Anyone calling for harsh measures is to blame for this. I can’t stand people like that who know the other side gets off easy and then demands our side gets the worst the law can dish out.

  5. While I appreciate VP Pence refusing to go along with Pelosi’s deranged attempt to attack President Trump, I will also never forget his mishandling of the reading of the electoral votes.
    He may have not had the power to overturn the election results, but he could have followed historical precedent and agreed to the 10 day delay in certifying the votes and allowed for the Congressional investigation that was being suggested.
    That might not have changed anything, but at least it’s findings would have given this election a sense of legitimacy for the millions of Americans who still believe (and rightly so) that this election was stolen.

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