Ashli Babbitt’s Family Sues for Name of Her Murderer as Congress Continues to Victim-Blame

Andrew Anglin

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It’s actually shocking that the media is referring to Ashli Babbitt as “a rioter.”

Assuming you could classify the Capitol Storm as a riot – which is debatable – she definitely was not rioting. She was protesting with a flag when she was murdered.

CNBC:

The family of Capitol rioter Ashli Babbitt is suing to force Washington, D.C., to hand over records revealing the identity of the police officer who fatally shot her during the Jan. 6 invasion.

The family is also demanding access to video footage of the shooting, witness statements and documents gathered during the Metropolitan Police Department’s investigation of the incident, according to the lawsuit.

The litigation is separate from a forthcoming lawsuit in which Babbitt’s family plans to demand “well above $10 million” from the U.S. Capitol Police, a lawyer for the family told CNBC.

The civil suit, filed last week in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, comes more than a month after the Department of Justice announced it would not pursue criminal charges against the Capitol police officer who fatally shot Babbitt.

Days after that mid-April decision was unveiled, Babbitt’s husband Aaron Babbitt filed a request for records from the MPD under the Freedom of Information Act, according to the lawsuit.

But the police department has “failed to comply” with the FOIA request, the lawsuit says, by missing a May 12 deadline to either provide the materials to Aaron Babbitt or notify him that he would not be given access to them.


A spokesman for the MPD declined CNBC’s request for a statement, saying that the department does not comment on pending litigation.

Babbitt family lawyer Terrell Roberts said in an email Tuesday that the purpose of the FOIA suit is to uncover the findings of the probe and the shooter’s identity.

Roberts also said that a yet-to-be-filed lawsuit, which will demand millions in recovery from losses, “does not hinge on the current FOIA action against DC’s police department.”
I hate to even say it, but: imagine if a black person had been killed by the cops and six months later the government was refusing to release the officer’s name.

That would not ever happen.

This is some hardcore police state business, this idea of a “secret killer.”

Tucker Carlson & @julie_kelly2 Discuss The Many Questions Remaining About January 6th

-Actions Taken By Capitol Police
-Unreleased Footage
-Identity Of Officer Who Killed Ashli Babbitt

Tucker & Julie Call On Republicans In Washington To Demand Answers To These Questions pic.twitter.com/rlqYcGtex8

— The Columbia Bugle
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(@ColumbiaBugle) June 9, 2021

The government is arguing the shooter did nothing wrong – but we all saw him rush into a room full of people and shoot and unarmed woman in the neck and then flee. This is surely much worse than George Floyd dying of a fentanyl overdose while being restrained for resisting arrest.

Meanwhile, the Congress is still demonizing and attacking the protesters and refusing to acknowledge the indisputable fact that the crowd was waved into the Capitol by the cops.

The Guardian:

The deadly insurrection at the US Capitol was “planned in plain sight” but intelligence failures left police officers exposed to a violent mob of Trump supporters, a Senate investigation has found.

The Capitol police intelligence division had been gathering online data since December about plots to storm the building on 6 January, including messages such as: “Bring guns. It’s now or never.”

But a combination of bad communications, poor planning, faulty equipment and lack of leadership meant the warnings went unheeded, allowing the insurrectionists to overrun the Capitol and disrupt certification of Joe Biden’s election victory. Five people died.
Who were the other four people?

Three people died of heart attacks or strokes – all fat Trump supporters who were in the heat of the moment (there was nothing malicious, they were just fat people who got worked up and died).

The fourth was Brian Sicknick, who the sickening Jew media is continuing to say died because he was beaten to death with a fire extinguisher, despite it being admitted that this is a lie. He died days after the event for unrelated reasons, according to his family.

The bipartisan investigation does not examine the causes of the riot, assess whether Donald Trump incited it by calling for his supporters to “fight like hell”, or even use the term “insurrection”.

On the Senate floor on Tuesday, Democratic majority leader Chuck Schumer said: “Just as glaring is what the report didn’t consider. Indeed, what it was not allowed to consider. The report did not investigate, report on, or hardly make any reference to the actual cause – the actual impetus – for the attack on 6 January.”

But the senators do paint a portrait of bureaucratic flaws that left Capitol police scrambling to protect members of Congress and Vice-President Mike Pence. They also highlight the failure of the FBI to collect information on domestic extremists, despite a wealth of evidence on social media.

Gary Peters, Democratic chairman of the Senate homeland security committee, told reporters: “There were significant, widespread and unacceptable breakdowns in the intelligence gathering … The failure to adequately assess the threat of violence on that day contributed significantly to the breach of the Capitol. The attack was, quite frankly, planned in plain sight.”

The 127-page report by the homeland security and rules committees found that Capitol police became aware in December of detailed threats to the heart of American democracy.

“Through open-source collection, tips from the public and other sources, [the intelligence division] knew about social media posts calling for violence at the Capitol on 6 January, including a plot to breach the Capitol, the online sharing of maps of the Capitol complex’s tunnel systems, and other specific threats of violence,” the report says.

The division compiled online comments including: “Bring guns. It’s now or never”; “If a million patriots show up bristling with AR’s, just how brave do you think they’ll be when it comes to enforcing their unconstitutional laws? Don’t cuck out. This is do or die. Bring your guns”; and “Surround every building with a tunnel entrance/exit. They better dig a tunnel all the way to China if they want to escape.”
So they were posting that they were going to bring guns – but no one brought guns and the only person that died was an unarmed woman shot in the neck by a cop.

This is a farce.

Talking about this as an “attack” and even more remarkably, an “insurrection,” while everyone is totally aware – we’ve all seen the video – of the fact that the cops waved people in is just completely nuts.

They opened the grounds to them:

Totally agree. Here’s the cop who opened a gate letting the protestors storm the capitol. pic.twitter.com/eLNOimjVHA

— Philip Morton (@PhilipDMorton) January 7, 2021

Then they opened the doors of the building itself and invited them in:

I dont agree but i understand says the cop as they open the doors to the capitol pic.twitter.com/xiZveDhBb3

— SuperStraight Anon1984 (@Anon19843) January 8, 2021

Contrasting the government’s obsession with the protest with the fact that they are openly and publicly covering up a murder by the cops shows where we are now.

We are living in a total police state.



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Shamelessly re-plugging my post on legalities in the Federal District of DC:


"Abandon all hope, ye who enter here." -Dante

Federal District of Columbia is a separate and distinct legal system where congress decides how to apply the Constitution, basically a legal no-man's-land, as it is not a signatory to the Bill Of Rights as a State would be.

In June 1783, several hundred unpaid and angry Continental soldiers had marched on Philadelphia, menacing Congress in Independence Hall itself. Pennsylvania refused all requests for assistance and, after two days, Congress adjourned. Its Members fled into New Jersey. The incident made a lasting impression. The Framers referenced it over and again in defending their provision for a "federal town," which Anti-Federalists persisted in visualizing as a sink of corruption and a potential nursery for tyrants. In fact, however, the need for a territory in which the general government exercised full sovereignty, not beholden to any state, was probably inherent in the federal system itself.


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Congress possesses over the District of Columbia the blended powers of a local and national legislature.1821 This fact means that in some respects ordinary constitutional restrictions do not operate; thus, for example, in creating local courts of local jurisdiction in the District, Congress acts pursuant to its legislative powers under clause 17 and need not create courts that comply with Article III court* requirements. 1822 And when legislating for the District Congress remains the legislature of the Union, so that it may give its enactments nationwide operation to the extent necessary to make them locally effective.

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we all saw him rush into a room full of people and shoot and unarmed woman in the neck and then flee.
I'm not sure who you are talking about, Babbitt was shot by a security guard inside the room she was climbing through the broken window into.
We can clearly see on a video that a gun is visible inside on the left behind the door when Ashli is climbing through the broken window to get in, the camera operator of the most clear and famous video of the scene could have told her about the agent in position to shoot and prevent her killing, she couldn't see him.
I was watching it live with you on stream and was guffawing along before it went to hell but obviously they were breaking in a government building (with politicians pissing themselves inside lol) and what happened was to be expected, I don't think Babbitt deserved to be shot but it is pretty obvious from the video that it was going to happen and that the body guard or security agent wouldn't be called at fault.
She was literally breaking a door into the US capitol to get into a restricted area, yes she got shot, it's sad and she didn't mean to hurt anyone but it was obvious.
Yeah I should post the video but I'm lazy and busy. I got out of the city !
 
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The unarmed, female, aggressive sight-seer, who was never given any verbal commands, did nothing wrong!

Anyway I thought the chan boyz doxxed him from his gay bead bracelet. Said it was the same guy who allowed Steve Scalise to get wet up playing soft ball. Lemme see if I can dig it up.

Edit, cant find it, imagine that.
 

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but obviously they were breaking in a government building (with politicians pissing themselves inside lol) and what happened was to be expected, I don't think Babbitt deserved to be shot but it is pretty obvious from the video that it was going to happen and that the body guard or security agent wouldn't be called at fault.
Unarmed women who was invited into the building by cops, destroys property and gets shot to death by another cop.

Still feel like sticking to your story that she deserved it? All the cop had to do was put her under arrest, and the odds are excellent she would have complied.
 

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It’s actually shocking that the media is referring to Ashli Babbitt as “a rioter.”
"...Capitol rioter Ashli Babbitt ..."
The system protects their own and smites the opposition. Nothing new.
Days after that mid-April decision was unveiled, Babbitt’s husband Aaron Babbitt filed a request for records from the MPD under the Freedom of Information Act, according to the lawsuit.
But the police department has “failed to comply” with the FOIA request, the lawsuit says, by missing a May 12 deadline to either provide the materials to Aaron Babbitt or notify him that he would not be given access to them.
They will definitely drag this out in order to make it as emotionally and financially costly as possible for him and her kin. All while the media and their followers will continue throwing dirt on her late name.
I hate to even say it, but: imagine if a black person had been killed by the cops and six months later the government was refusing to release the officer’s name.
That would not ever happen.
This is some hardcore police state business, this idea of a “secret killer.”
As I said above: they protect their own, crush those who threaten them, and mock them all while they're at it, too. Yes, that's what this is: a show of physical and political force with a big "FU" bourgeoisie grin all over it. All of it. From the murder, to the system's security forces' overreaction in the wake of January 6th, to their media disinformation campaign that started that same day, to the politicians repeating lies, etc. And they know we know they're lying; they're just hoping there's enough of their lemmings positioned between us and them, if you know what I mean.
They also highlight the failure of the FBI to collect information on domestic extremists, despite a wealth of evidence on social media.
Lol, just lol. "The feds aren't doing enough! Thirty+ years of ever-increasing spying on domestic political enemies isn't sufficient!"
This is a farce.
Talking about this as an “attack” and even more remarkably, an “insurrection,” while everyone is totally aware – we’ve all seen the video – of the fact that the cops waved people in is just completely nuts.
Forget about the cops and what they did for a second: actual insurrections and/or other events aimed at destabilizing or overthrowing a government don't look like what happened on January 6th. Period. The difference doesn't need to be explained to anyone who isn't a complete retard or troll.
 

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$10million??? The Minnesota niggers got 27 and there was an actual felony taking place there.
 

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, I don't think Babbitt deserved to be shot but it is pretty obvious from the video that it was going to happen and that the body guard or security agent wouldn't be called at fault.
She was literally breaking a door into the US capitol to get into a restricted area, yes she got shot, it's sad and she didn't mean to hurt anyone but it was obvious.
Yeah I should post the video but I'm lazy and busy. I got out of the city !
Not one of us deserves to be shot by pigs!
 

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sticking to your story that she deserved it?
I literally wrote that she didn't deserve it.
I don't think Babbitt deserved to be shot
Still obvious that was going to happened, anyone around the world knows that American cops will empty their entire mag in your chest and your dog and arrest you later.
 

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i hope this situation will open the eyes of the active military personnel, what these cucking libshit traitors really think about them
 
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