Last month four Trump supporters died on January 6th in Washington DC yet we don’t know in detail how the four Trump supporters died since we’ve seen no investigative reports nor autopsies. One victim, in particular, was Ashli Babbitt who was gunned down by a policeman at the capitol during the protests. To date, this officer’s name has not been released. After more than a month we don’t know conclusively who killed an unarmed Trump supporter in the Capitol.
This goes against a recent measure passed in DC mandating more transparency in police shootings. Why is this police shooter being kept in the dark?
It’s certainly not transparent. It actually turns out that this goes against the spirit of a recent measure passed this summer in DC where policemen and women involved in a shooting must release within 72 hours any body camera footage related to the shooting and bans the officers from using it before drafting crime reports.
The Council of the District of Columbia unanimously approved an Emergency Police and Justice Reform Measure last summer:
So who did shoot her?
Gateway Pundit posted some evidence but then took it down after being contacted by the lawyer from the likely shooter.
As for Babbitt, we still have not seen an autopsy and we don’t know who shot her. We’ve heard the investigators don’t believe the shooter should be charged but we don’t even know who he is or why the Washington DC police are withholding his name.
Here is some evidence. Come to your own conclusions:
I am guessing they are doing a full court press of lawyers to suppress the information - enough to even intimidate Gateway Pundit.
The reason? A black BLM supporter appears to have shot an unarmed white veteran under color of authority. She was no threat. The facts are likely to cause anger.
If it is the person in the images above, then it would have been an embarrassment to have their hero brought down. He was present at the shooting at the Republican congressional baseball game and won a medal for something he did there. He was named "Officer of the Year".
In any case there is no reasonable doubt that the shooter was a black Capitol Police officer who did shoot an unarmed white woman as can be seen in the images above.
Reminder: in May of 2020 George Floyd died in Minneapolis during an arrest. One police officer kneeled on his neck for 8 minutes. The gruesome death led to protests around the country and the four policemen involved were named and fired the day after Floyd’s death.
Come to your own conclusions... or wait for official confirmation when and if it becomes more convenient to those withholding the information.
?On January 6th, 2021, Ashli Babbitt was taken from this world prematurely by a Capitol Police Officer with an itchy trigger finger. He is yet to be publicly identified and has not answered for his crimes. The officer hid behind a door, shot Ashli in cold blood without giving a warning, and then ran away to hide as she died on the floor of the US Capitol. Over a month later, she is being remembered for who she truly was and not what the mainstream media and the crooks on Capitol Hill have made her out to be."
Was she murdered by an out of control Capitol Police officer, or was she a planned sacrifice to create a scene for the media and Democrat narrative?
If a Police Officer opened a door and invited you in, you would go, wouldn't you?
Five Capitol Police officers were suspended and 35 more are under investigation after the officers opened the doors and gates and allowed Trump supporters, and other activists, inside the US Capitol on January 6th.
One video from that day shows Capitol Hill police opening a gate to allow hundreds of protesters inside the US Capitol.
Later 250 Trump supporters and others were arrested for storming the US Capitol — after they were allowed inside.
At least two accused rioters have told the FBI a Capitol Police officer told them, “It’s your house now.”
Lawmakers have stated that one officer suspended took a selfie with someone and another was seen wearing a MAGA hat.
n a video, that officer wearing the hat asks two men if they can help him get through the crowd to help other officers inside the Capitol.
The officer hands one of the men his megaphone and says, “I’ll follow you.” The video was taken by Rico La Starza who says he was visiting D.C. and went to the Capitol and started filming when he saw what was happening…
…More than 250 people have been charged so far in connection with the riot, and investigators say they’re still looking potentially for hundreds more.