JUDICIAL WATCH: FBI Probed Ashli Babbitt, Saw Her As Terrorist, After She Was Killed On J6

(Republican Party News) – Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch has announced that they received 62-pages of records from the U.S. Department of Justice due to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. This information shows the FBI opened up a criminal investigation of Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt, after she was killed during the Jan. 6, 2021 riots at the Capitol building, going on to list four “potential violations of federal law,” which include felony rioting and civil disorder. They can’t even leave the woman alone after her death. Seems to me they’re attempting to justify the unlawful murder of Babbitt and further ruin her name.

As per Judicial Watch, “The records also contain multiple reports of two subjects being shot, including the fatal shooting of Babbitt, during the January 6 Capitol protests. The records were produced in a FOIA lawsuit against the Justice Department and FBI for records related to the death of Ashli Babbitt (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:21-cv-02462)).”

“These records may also be responsive to a recent FOIA suit for the family for FBI files and potentially related to the $30 million wrongful death lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch on behalf of the Babbitt family,” the piece continued.

Babbitt was shot and killed as she attempted to climb through a broken window inside the Capitol building. The identity of the shooter was kept under lock and key by Congress — nothing fishy about that, right? — the Justice Department, and DC police for a total of eight months. Former U.S. Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd came forward, admitted he was the shooter and offered excuses to justify his killing of Babbitt.

The newly obtained records contain an electronic communication that revealed a posthumous investigation into Babbitt was launched just eight days after her murder.

Here’s what it said:

“Captioned investigation is being initiated based on photographic and video evidence that Ashli Elizabeth Babbitt unlawfully entered the United States Capitol Building, a Restricted Building, on 6 January 2021, in violation of federal laws to include violations of 18 U.S.C. Section 1752 and 40 U.S.C. Section 5104.

CDC [Chief Division Counsel] Approval

Field Office CDC has reviewed and concurred with the opening of this investigation. The investigation will be reviewed by the CDC at least semi-annually.

Summary of Predication:

Babbitt was fatally shot by police as she attempted to leap through the broken window of a door inside the Capitol…

Potential Violations of Federal Law:

Potential violations of federal criminal statutes include:

– Title 18 U.S.C 231 Civil Disorder

– Title 18 U.S.C 1752(a) Unlawful Entry – Restricted Building or Grounds

– Title 18 U.S.C 2101 – Riots

– Title 40 U.S.C 5104 – Injuries to property

(U) It is therefore requested that a [redacted] case be opened and assigned to Special Agent [Redacted]”

Another Electronic Communication from Jan. 7, 2021, concerning Babbitt after her fatal shooting the previous day, says that during the protests two “subjects” were shot at the Capitol.

“Multiple officers were injured during the incident and two subjects were shot, with one fatal injury…. Ashli Elizabeth Babbitt, a San Diego resident, was present in D.C. on January 6, 2021, and entered the United States Capitol building where she was fatally shot. Babbitt was an Air Force veteran,” the communication reads.

The Interview Report Form FD 302, dated April 23rd, 2021, shows the FBI had agents interview a witness via telephone on April 16th who gave them some background on Babbitt:

“In 2008, Babbitt transitioned to the Air Force Reserve at Sheppard Air Force Base but continued to serve on active duty orders. In 2009, [Redacted] and Babbitt [redacted] where Babbitt continued to serve out the remainder of her career in either the Reserves of Air National Guard at Andrews Air Force Base. At one point Babbitt transitioned Military Occupational Specialties to serve as a mechanic, but ultimately returned to Security Forces. According to [Redacted] Babbitt was excellent at her job and [redacted].

Babbitt deployed several times throughout her service. In 2005, Babbitt deployed to Manas Air Base in Kyrgyzstan. In 2006, Babbitt was deployed to Camp Bucca in southern Iraq which served as a Theater Internment facility. In approximately 2012-2014, Babbitt deployed to the United Arab Emirates. Babbitt did not suffer any physical or mental injuries stemming from her deployments and [redacted]. While stationed in Alaska, Babbitt did suffer from a torn meniscus [a common knee injury] which had occurred while she was previously stationed in Texas. While deployed to Camp Bucca, Babbitt did fly to Camp Arifjan in Kuwait [redacted].

[Redacted] characterized Babbitt as very outgoing, opinionated, loud, very intelligent, loyal, sweet, very loving and caring. At times, Babbitt was not a fan of her chain of command and made her views known. Babbitt was a leader rather than a follower and liked being her own boss. Consequently, she was happy running her pool company in California. Babbitt loved her family and loved her country.”

The record then noted, “[Redacted] judged that she likely did not know the risk of passing through the window. Babbitt would never ‘go after someone physically’ according to [redacted]. [Redacted] was not aware of Babbitt’s political views as she was not political [redacted]. [Redacted] did know that Babbitt had voted for President Obama. [Redacted] did not know if Babbitt belonged to any political groups or organizations. [Redacted] was frustrated by media portrayals of Babbitt as being associated with white nationalists, which was not accurate.”

“A separate record dated January 19 indicates that “information from a public tip” was submitted to the FBI related to Babbitt that was submitted through the fbi.gov/uscapitol online portal. The description of the information submitted is redacted,” Judicial Watch disclosed.

A record from Jan. 20 concerning a tip from the public is called ‘Upload of Digital Media Report,’ but the contents are completely redacted. Gee, it’s almost like there is information the FBI and all those involved in the investigation don’t want the rest of us to see. There’s another entry concerning a tip that was made the following day. Guess what? It, too, is redacted.

“A January 29 FBI witness interview summary indicates that on January 23, 2021, two FBI agents interviewed an acquaintance of Babbitt, however, the substance of what the witness said is entirely redacted,” the article divulged. “An Electronic Communication dated January 29 indicates that FBI agents from the San Diego office interviewed another acquaintance of Babbitt on January 18, but the substance of what that person said is also entirely redacted.”

“It is beyond belief that the Biden FBI gave Ashli Babbitt’s killer a free pass while engaging in a malicious months-long ‘criminal’ investigation of Babbitt herself,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton remarked.

The conservative watchdog group recently made a court pleading in support of denying the government’s request to move the Ashli Babbitt wrongful death lawsuit from California to our nation’s capital. Judicial Watch made the argument that it would prejudice the case and be unjust for Babbitt’s family if it were moved to D.C., which is hostile to people like Ashli and her family.

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  1. Ashli Babbitt did not break in the Capital like some burglar or make any kind of terrorist threats. She was MURDERED by a wussy named Michael Byrd. He should have been arrested for shooting Ashli who was UNARMED. He should be doing time for MURDER! But he walked because for one he was a capital police officer and for two he is black. He shot her in cold blood. Justice for Ashli looks like it won’t happen but I still have hope it will.


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