Former Trump Commodity Futures Trading Commission Head Dies After Being Shot In Carjacking While Picking Up His Wife In DC
Last week, we reported that former head of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) under President Donald Trump was shot during a carjacking in DC. It’s now being reported the Mike Gill has succumbed to his injuries and died.
The Daily Mail reports:
Former Trump Administration official Mike Gill has died after being shot in front of his wife during a carjacking in Washington DC.
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Gill, a married father of three, was shot by Artell Cunningham on K Street NW about 5.45pm last Monday and died in hospital on Saturday.
He was collecting his wife, an education lawyer, when he was shot inside the car by the attacker. He stumbled outside the vehicle and collapsed.
Gill’s wife rushed over to him and held his hand as he lay bleeding on the ground with one foot still inside the car, his right hand twitching.
Gill’s wife Kristina thanked family, friend, and the community for their support her husband’s sudden death as she confirmed his death.
‘His sudden departure has left a void in our lives that can never be filled,’ she said in a statement.
‘Mike was not only a devoted husband and father but also a cherished son, brother, and friend.
‘Over the course of his remarkable life, Mike brought people together and made them feel included, supported, and loved.
‘His heart was evident in everything he did, as demonstrated by his mentorship and deep friendships with those who worked with him professionally.
‘Above all, Mike spoke with pride and love about his family, especially our children, Sean, Brian, and Annika.’
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media