In a stunning turn of events, Ashli Babbitt’s shooter is going public…..
According to sources the officer will reveal his identity to the world for the first time.
This follows news that the Capitol police officially cleared the officer in question of any wrongdoing according to an internal memo investigation.
We have to ask ourselves, If Ashli Babbitt looked different would we be seeing the same lack of disciplinary action against the officer in question?
I’ll let you answer that question for yourself…..
Here are the details of where and when to watch the upcoming interview:
NEW: NBC’s Lester Holt will interview the U.S. Capitol Police officer who shot and killed Ashli Babbitt on January 6th.
Thursday at 6:30pm ET. pic.twitter.com/xzka3Rbvdl
— Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) August 25, 2021
Ashli Babbitt shooter to reveal identity to NBC News' Lester Holt https://t.co/j346e6VPRa
Oh no! They’re going to make his life miserable.
— J. Braveboy (@j_breveboy) August 25, 2021
CNBC confirmed the upcoming interview:
The police officer who fatally shot a woman participating in the pro-Trump invasion of the U.S. Capitol will reveal his identity for the first time in a televised interview set to air Thursday evening.
The interview on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET, is set to air three days after the U.S. Capitol Police Department announced that it would not discipline the officer following an internal investigation of the Jan. 6 shooting.
If only there was video showing what actually happened, oh hold on, there is! The video seen so far, with the shooter firing from a hiding position into a crowd with no warning, and swat officers right behind Ashli tells us more than any self serving CYA report.. @ForAshli https://t.co/sQMChREybe
— Paul Gosar (@DrPaulGosar) August 23, 2021
If the tables were turned, Ashli Babbitt’s shooter will have been suspended and prosecuted.
— Panchito ❤️ America1st🇺🇸 (@mvseven7) August 23, 2021
Newsmax previously reported:
After interviewing multiple witnesses and reviewing all the available evidence:
“[The Department’s] Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) determined the officer’s conduct was lawful and within Department policy, which says an officer may use deadly force only when the officer reasonably believes that action is in the defense of human life, including the officer’s own life, or in the defense of any person in immediate danger of serious physical injury.
“The officer in this case, who is not being identified for the officer’s safety, will not be facing internal discipline.”
The announcement was anticipated after reports Friday that the officer, who has not been publicly identified, had been exonerated in the departmental probe.