The chief medical examiner in Washington, D.C., confirmed last Wednesday the causes and manners of death of four people who died during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot
Two of the four deaths were ruled natural, one an accident and the fourth a homicide, WTOP reported.
Ashli Babbitt is the person that was murdered.
Image from the report below:
This made Babbit main news amongst Trump supporters and speculation started again about Babbit’s shooter.
The Biden Justice Department announced today it has closed the investigation into the homicide death of Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt that took place inside the Capitol during the January 6 riot while Congress was meeting in joint session to certify the November presidential election in favor of Joe Biden. Babbitt, who was unarmed, was shot and killed without apparent warning by a plainclothes Capitol Police officer as she climbed through a broken window in a door at the Speaker’s Lobby.
The name of the officer was not released.
However, last week the Right Journalism reported about an alleged picture of the shooter, they couldn’t verify if that is indeed the shooter but the bracelet of beads on the person’s hand is the same a the man that shoots the decorated Airforce veteran Babbit.
According to Hansen, the picture below was taken from Mike Byrd’s LinkedIn. He has since been almost completely scrubbed from the internet.
Mike Byrd is currently not working and is not staying at his residence either.
……We couldn’t confirm the shooter’s identity and these allegations but Lieutenant Michael Leroy Byrd was only once involved in a situation where he made the headlines.
According to Fox News back in 2019, a U.S. Capitol police officer was under review after somehow left his Glock 22 pistol inside the bathroom of the structure’s visitor center.
Lt. Mike Byrd forgot to take the weapon with him upon leaving the restroom and it was found “during a routine security sweep” later in the day, officials told Roll Call.
“The Department takes these matters very seriously, and has a very thorough process to investigate and review incidents such as these, and holds personnel accountable for their actions,” Capitol Police spokeswoman Eva Malecki said. “Following the investigation’s conclusion, appropriate actions will be taken in accordance with the Department’s official policies and procedures.”
Byrd is the leader of the House Chambers section of the department and was reportedly back on the job in the days after the incident. He allegedly told his colleagues he “will be treated differently” because of his rank, sources told Roll Call, although it wasn’t immediately clear what he may have meant by the comment.
These allegations are similar to the one that Law and Crime reported about where a U.S. Capitol protester from Texas said that he brought a rope with him to Congress on Jan. 6 threatened days later to lynch a Black police officer that he believed fatally shot Ashli Babbitt, federal prosecutors wrote in a legal brief last month. The startling allegation surfaced in court papers against 34-year-old Garret Miller, whom prosecutors want to keep behind bars pending trial.
When Prog radicals stormed into the state capitols of Iowa, Wisconsin, and Georgia, none of them were shot. When left-wing protesters tried to break down the door to the SCOTUS while Bret Kavanaugh was sworn in, no one was shot.
Black men shooting unarmed white women have different criteria. When the narrative suits them, “leftists” transform into apologists for police murder.
There’s a two-tiered system of justice in America. One for Dems and one for everyone else.
Ashli’s family should sue the shit out of him.