Julian Elie Khater, 32, and George Pierre Tanios, 39, face nine criminal counts for discharging bear spray into the faces of three officers including Sicknick, another Capitol Police officer and a DC cop, the Washington Post said.
Authorities have not charged anyone in connection with Sicknick’s death, since officials have not determined the exact cause.
However, video showed Sicknick being beaten in the head with a fire extinguisher during the rioting. He died in a hospital the next day.
The two assault suspects were nailed by tipsters who recognized their mugs from surveillance video and cop body-cam footage that the FBI had put out in the days after the violence.
USCP officer Brian Sicknick died due to injuries sustained while on-duty during the pro-Trump siege of the US Capitol.EPA
Khater currently lives in Pennsylvania and worked in State College, while Tanios is a businessman from Morgantown, W. Va., although both men grew up together in Jersey, the Post said.
Sicknick, a 42-year-old military vet and President Trump supporter, also was originally from East Brunswick, NJ.
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