The Family of Ashli Babbitt Sues To Discover 6 Jan Shooter’s Identity

With the government’s and the mainstream media’s silence, it appears that they are attempting to conceal the truth about Ashli Babbitt.

The mainstream media has been deafeningly silent on Ashli Babbitt’s tragic death on January 6 in the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.

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The cop who killed Ashli Babbitt was also not charged by the Department of Justice.

Many concerns concerning her death remain unresolved, including whether the use of lethal force against Ms. Babbitt was justified.

Not only do the Babbitts need answers, but they also deserve justice!

In order to learn the name of the USCP Lieutenant who shot and killed Ashli Babbitt, the Babbitt family has launched a lawsuit against the District of Columbia.

erry Roberts, the Babbitt family’s attorney, spoke on Real America’s Voice at the end of April to address the lawsuit when it was still in its early stages.

According to him, the civil suit is based on the accusation that the police violated Ashli Babbitt’s Fourth Amendment right against excessive searches and seizures.

Essentially, the use of lethal force was unjustified.

That was the case!

We’ve got the entire interview with below:

The family of Ashli Babbitt is suing the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) to obtain the identify of the officer who fatally shot her in Washington on Jan. 6.

Aaron Babbitt, a relative, asked a judge in a seven-page document filed last Thursday in District of Columbia court to order the MPD, Washington’s police force, to look for and send over data he requested through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

The materials contain video evidence showing Ashli Babbitt being shot within the United States Capitol, paperwork identifying the officer who shot her, and the officer’s police training records.

On April 21, the plaintiff filed a request, and the MPD acknowledged receipt.

The MPD was required by Washington law to do one or the other within 15 business days, or by May 12.

Aaron Babbitt, through his lawyer, Terrell Roberts, is seeking the court to require the MPD to undertake searches for all of the records requested and to force the defendants to produce all nonexempt data by a particular date, as well as to stop the police agency from withholding the records.

According to the filing, the complaint should be combined with a similar action brought by the monitoring group Judicial Watch.

In a response to The Epoch Times, an MPD spokeswoman said the department does not comment on pending cases.

The cop has defended his actions, which were captured on camera during the turmoil that erupted when numerous parties invaded the Capitol on Jan. 6, through his counsel. The officer claims he yelled at Babbitt to stop as she attempted to enter the Speaker’s Lobby, which is adjacent to the House chamber, through a shattered window, but Roberts argues there is no evidence of this.

According to Roberts, the latest action is part of an effort to gather records before filing a lawsuit alleging that the officer violated Babbitt’s constitutional rights.

“It’s typical practice in circumstances like these, when you can request access to police records and other information under the Freedom of Information Act.”


Margaret Taylor

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

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