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Ashli Babbitt Painted As ‘God-Loving American Patriot’ Unjustly Killed By Capitol Police

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Ashli Babbitt’s death at the U.S. Capitol during the January 6, 2021 protests has led to a $30 million lawsuit by Judicial Watch against the federal government.

Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, insists that her shooting was unlawful and blames the Capitol Police for negligence.

The lawsuit targets Capitol Police officer Michael Byrd and accuses other law enforcement officers of acting negligently. (Trending: Epstein’s Brother Finally Breaks His Silence)

“There was one homicide that day, and it was of Ashli Babbitt,” said Fitton.

Fitton added that Congress should “own up for the fact that their police force was poorly managed and negligent in allowing this shooting to take place.”

“The idea that the Justice Department would look at this and say, ‘Well, there’s not enough here to pursue him,’ and … then the Capitol Hill police would then look at it and do nothing administratively to me is the scandal of Jan. 6,” said Fitton.

“They’re responsible,” he added.

Aaron Babbitt described his late wife as a “God-loving American patriot” who served her country for 14 years.

“We went overseas four times from major deployments,” said Aaron Babbitt. “She wanted to see President [Donald] Trump speak one last time,” he continued.

“I’ve seen her on camera the whole time while she was there. She was not violent whatsoever — by herself, walking around, taking selfies. They’ve put this narrative together that she was just an awful, crazy maniac. And it’s just completely false and slanderous,” explained Babbitt.

Ashli Babbitt was “in a terrible spot there, and there was no good reason to shoot her,” said Fitton.

“We’re pleased to be able to bring this in federal court. The U.S. government is responsible for Ashli Babbitt’s untimely death, and there’s no justification for it. We’re going to push hard legally to make this case,” he added.

“There have to be a lot of green lights from the court to begin discovery there. But I’ll tell you, [Speaker] Mike Johnson in the meantime can fully release additional information,” said Fitton.

“We know already there are emails from other Judicial Watch litigation that they’re sitting on. Congress needs to own up for the fact that their police force was poorly managed and negligent in allowing this shooting to take place. They’re responsible,” he continued. “You know, she left the speech, walked down with however many people — you know, I’m saying millions; some say 300,000 — walked down to the Capitol,” said Babbitt.

“There was a good hour after people had already started going in there. So, I mean, she’s blended in with the crowd. But I can’t speak to what her thoughts were [about] what was going on. I just know that she was in there extremely peacefully with a whole bunch of other people,” he concluded.

Despite the Department of Justice’s decision not to pursue charges against Byrd, Fitton and Aaron Babbitt, Ashli’s husband, believe that the government is responsible for her death and are pursuing legal action.

Aaron Babbitt describes his late wife as a non-violent patriot, and Fitton emphasizes the need for accountability in the handling of the shooting.

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