Eugene Goodman USCP Bio, Wiki
Eugene Goodman is a United States Capitol Police (USCP) who is in the limelight for his brave role in controlling the mob that stormed the Capitol Building as the Senate and Congress held a joint session to ratify Biden’s win in the November 2020 Presidential elections.
Eugene Goodman Age
Eugene led a very private life prior to the Wednesday 6th January 2021 incident. Thus not much is known about his age or birthday. We will be sure to keep updated once this information is available to us.
Eugene Goodman Family – Wife – Daughter
Not much is known about his family members other than he has a young daughter .
He shares pictures of her on his social media profile, including one where she is wearing his police uniform shirt, smiling broadly as she stretches out her arms and proudly displays the nametag, patches and badge.
“I wanna be like daddy when I grow up she says… We in trouble!!!” he captioned the 2013 photo.
Eugene Goodman was Identified by CNN Journalist Kristin Wilson
A group of domestic terrorists stormed the U.S. Capitol as the Congress and Senate held a joint session to certify the November 2020 elections on Wed Jan 6th, 2021. The skirmishes left five dead, the Capitol Police officer, and four protestors.
Kristin Wilson who covers Capitol Hill for CNN wrote on Twitter, “This moment in @igorbobic stunning footage. In front of the officer, coming up the stairs is a mass of rioters. The USCP officer glances to his left. Between those two chairs is the entrance to the Senate floor. He lured them to his right, away from their targets.”
He followed up with another tweet which reads, “His name is USCP Officer Eugene Goodman. Remember his name. He almost certainly saved lives on Wednesday. My thanks, Officer Goodman. THANK YOU.”
In the video, the officer is seen holding up the mob further downstairs, before retreating after the Senate chamber had been evacuated.
Capitol Building Riots Deaths
As a result of the riots in the Capitol Building five persons died including a police officer, Brian Sicknick who was hit with a fire extinguisher and later died in the hospital. The other four include Kevin Greeson, 55, Benjamin Phillips, 50, Rosanne Boyland, 34 from Kennesaw, Georgia, and Ashli Babbitt, 35, an Air Force Vet who was shot by the Capitol Police. Rosanne is being reported to have passed away due to medical circumstances that were not detailed.
The White House released a statement mourning the loss of Babbitt following the news.
“The White House grieves the loss of life that occurred yesterday and extends sympathies to their families and loved ones,” Press Secretary Judd Deere said. “We also continue to pray for a speedy recovery for those who suffered injury.”