TGP Releases Photos Allegedly Showing Ashli Babbitt's Killer; Atty Calls Shooting Of Unarmed Vet An Act Of 'Unbelievable Heroism'Chris Menahan
Feb. 26, 2021
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The Gateway Pundit on Thursday released photographs allegedly showing the police officer who shot and killed unarmed 14-year Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt in the Capitol building on January 6th.
"The Police Lieutenant's name is being withheld from Ashli Babbit's attorneys," The Gateway Pundit reported.
Here's the full photo showing the officer in question on the floor of the House.
TGP noted the officer appears to be wearing "the identical handkerchief, tie, and insignia" as seen in the video from John Sullivan.
The cop's attorney, Mark Schamel, justified the shooting of an unarmed veteran as an act of "unbelievable heroism" in an interview with RealClearInvestigations:
"It's a false narrative that he issued no verbal commands or warnings," Schamel said. "He was screaming, ‘Stay back! Stay back! Don't come in here!'" He added that witness statements back him up. Schamel explained the lieutenant's commands were not picked up on the video because it was recorded on the other side of the doors where dozens of rioters were shouting and banging against the doors and drowning out his words. And he said his client could not be seen yelling out the instructions because his mouth was covered by a mask he wore as part of COVID-19 protections.You can see footage of the cop's "unbelievable heroism" in gunning down an unarmed woman here.
The video actually shows what most sane people would conclude was unbelievable cowardice and outright murder.
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