The Capitol Police allegedly investigated the murder of Ashli Babbitt and they have decided that the officer that shot the unarmed veteran Ashli Babbitt is not guilty of anything.
They claim they checked the videos and have decided that a woman with no gun, no knife, no club, and no weapon of any kind deserved to be killed.
They did not share their reason why she deserved it. Her family is filing a $10 million dollar lawsuit against the officer and the Capitol Police.
A memo from the commander of the Capitol Police’s Office of Personal Responsibility obtained by NBC News says that no further action will be taken….at this time that is. When President Trump returns in January of 2025, that could quite possibly change.
Since he was never charged, double jeopardy does not apply. The Biden DOJ had already decided not to charge the officer because after all, she was a Trump supporter, and don’t they deserve to have bad things happen to them?
The Justice Department said in an April 14 press release:
“Officials examined video footage posted on social media, statements from the officer involved and other officers and witnesses to the events, physical evidence from the scene of the shooting, and the results of an autopsy. Based on that investigation, officials determined that there is insufficient evidence to support a criminal prosecution.”
Babbitt was an Air Force veteran who served several Middle East tours between 2004 and 2016. She served in Afghanistan in 2005 and in Iraq in 2006, She earned several awards for her service. She and her husband ran a pool service and supply store.
From San Diego, Babbitt had traveled to Washington, D.C., to protest former President Donald Trump’s election loss. Her social media activity showcased her strong support for Trump and suggested her adherence to the QAnon conspiracy theory.
Hundreds of Trump supporters stunned the nation when they forced their way into the Capitol building on January 6, just as a joint session of Congress convened to certify the results of the presidential election. In the months since more than 500 defendants have been arrested in connection with the Capitol riot.
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Many of the cases follow a cookie-cutter pattern involving some combination of trespassing and disorderly conduct charges, as well as “Parading, Demonstrating, or Picketing in a Capitol Building.”