John Earle Sullivan Got Some Pretty Devastating News About Role in the Capitol Riots

Three major media corporations paid John Earle Sullivan thousands of dollars for his explosive video of the January 6th Capitol protests, amid evidence that he had engaged in a criminal act. Now, according to a breaking new story, US authorities are seizing the $90,000 he earned from his footage of Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt’s shooting death.

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According to Reuters, US authorities seized $90,000 from a Utah man who sold video of a woman being fatally shot during the Jan. 6 assault on the US Capitol by supporters of former President Donald Trump.

“Prosecutors have also brought additional criminal charges against the individual, John Earle Sullivan, a self-described political activist accused of entering the Capitol building and engaging in the riot,” according to the paper, which cited unsealed court filings.

According to the paper, Sullivan now faces a total of eight criminal counts, including firearms charges, in connection with the riot. “A request for comment from Sullivan’s lawyer was not immediately returned.”

Sullivan, a self-described “revolutionary” who had taken public positions endorsing Antifa and Black Lives Matter, had captured video of Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt being fatally shot during the Capitol riots. The one-of-a-kind video was used as evidence in a court case.

The defendant, John Sullivan of Utah, has maintained that he attends raucous demonstrations as a journalist, sharing videos through his Insurgence USA website and social media platforms. Sullivan’s defense attorney even filed invoices with the court showing that CNN and NBC each paid Sullivan’s firm $35,000 last month for rights to video he filmed of chaotic scenes outside and inside the Capitol, including the deadly shooting of protester Ashli Babbitt by a U.S. Capitol Police officer.



Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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