No One Would Have Thought That NY Times Would Bury Truth About Ashli Babbitt’s Death — All to Mask Identity of 3 Shadowy Figures!

A lot of significant and relevant information was buried by The New York Times in its latest high-profile story in connection with the shooting death of Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt.

The Times’ story looks as it deliberately shrouds the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death to protect a trio of unknown, murky, or radical figures who have a connection with the fatal incident.

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Understanding the way the NY Times buried crucial significant pieces of information in its report is suggestive in its own right. This is especially true because of the surrounding suspect coverage of the whole incident, including CNN, NBC News, and ABC in Australia paying one of the agitators, John Sullivan, a pretty attractive amount of money for unique eyewitness footage of the happening. CNN even invited the founder of the unsubtly titled Insurgence USA, along with Jade Sacker, a freelance documentarian, and practically gave him all the space to tell his story.

His recording was one of the most tragic and compelling footage captured during the entire January 6th Capitol riot: Ashli Babbitt’s shooting death.

Aside from the exceptional video, which John Sullivan, an Antifa-supporting activist conveniently captured, there haven’t been many attempts by major media outlets to analyze what really happened with the death of Babbitt.

Usually, the shooting incident is described in the most general of terms. An agitator, which we have now discovered is called Zachary Jordan Alam, broke a window that led to an unsecured corridor within the Capitol building.

Zachary Alam who wears a furry hat, is handed a helmet by a fellow insurgent who is now identified as Christopher Ray Grider, winery owner from Texas. Chad Barrett Jones of Kentucky is also involved and is accused of breaking windows using a flagpole.

In the report, the name of Zachary Alam’s is entirely missing, even though his role was crucial in orchestrating the corridor breach.

Alam backs the crowd up in the footage, and breaks the window using the black helmet he got from Grider. Unarmed Babbitt crawls through the window, but an unidentified police officer shoots her.

The whole incident should be watched and inspected closely. Check Sullivan’s video of the event below:

The New York Times on Sunday gave more information about the unidentified shooter, who has not faced charges for excessive force or negligence after he shot the unarmed woman.

“The lieutenant, a veteran officer, was regularly assigned to the Speaker’s Lobby, an enclosed hallway and waiting area in the inner sanctum of the Capitol where access is highly restricted. The lobby runs directly behind the House chamber and is lined with portraits of the House’s past leaders. It is bound by two sets of old wooden doors with windows, one on the Democratic side and one on the Republican side.

At about 2:15 p.m., the lieutenant heard on the radio that the Capitol had been breached, according to his account.”

The Times continues to paint its picture, but one can immediately note a give-away that the entire narrative is dishonest.

“At 2:30 p.m., a crowd that included Ms. Babbitt streamed through the Capitol Rotunda and Statuary Hall. At that point, they were calm, even staying within a walkway defined by velvet ropes. But as they surged toward the north doors of the House, they grew aggressive, chanting, “Break it down.”

“Hey guys, I have a knife,” one person in the crowd can be heard saying.

Who was it that said “I have a knife”? It was none other than the Antifa-supporter John Sullivan himself, according to a federal affidavit submitted with his arrest warrant. The warrant states:

“Less than two minutes later, while officers are still at the doors and as others yell to break the glass windows in them with various objects, SULLIVAN can be heard saying, “Hey guys, I have a knife. I have a knife. Let me up.”

The entire article does not mention Sullivan’s name, even as his video is very important to determine what happened.

The narrative presented in the New York Times report contains more dubious things, one of them being that this highly veteran officer, as said in the reports, wasn’t aware that there were other officers on the other side of the glass doors and windows.

“The officer, according to his account, could not see the three uniformed officers outside and did not know they were there — he only described seeing a hallway full of oncoming people. The three officers had no visible shields or riot gear — two of them were not even wearing hats.”

How can the officers have such a lack of communication between them in a crisis, where they are physically within fifty feet of one another? Why, instead of standing back and standing by,  it wasn’t made known there was an imminent threat to this unnamed officer by the officers inside the corridor with the agitators and the Trump supporters? Why was Alam allowed to change his gear right behind these officers, without his presence even being acknowledged, and then allowed to get away scot-free?

The image of the unnamed capital officer holding an aloft .40-caliber Glock handgun and pointing it at Babbitt, while Sullivan shouts repeatedly that “there is a gun,” is very horrifying.

The event is narrated by the New York Times like this:

“There’s a gun!” “He’s got a gun!” people shouted.

This is not true, this is what Sullivan primarily, and in all probability first shouted. The radical activist had positioned himself right beside the window where the fatal shots would be fired.

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Here is what Sullivan said in an interview that was done with Rolling Stone right after the shooting:

“At that moment, everybody starts rushing the doors, just bashing the windows. And I remember just seeing, like, five or six guns just poke out of these doorways. I really took notice of the one to the left of me in the video. And I just remember screaming, “Gun, there’s a gun! There’s a gun! Guys, there’s a gun!” But what you can’t really understand is that nobody can hear me, right? It’s like if you’re in a concert where everybody’s yelling and screaming and singing along. It’s so loud you can’t hear the person next to you. That’s how it was in there. So I’m saying, “There’s a gun, there’s a gun, there’s a gun!” And all these people are still banging on the window. They just keep doing it.”

Thus, Sullivan explains that he was the one shouting about a “gun,” but it was allegedly so loud that the Trump supporters just wouldn’t pay attention to his warning.

The New York Times’ report continued like this:

“In the thick of the action, a man wielding the helmet broke out the windowpane in front of Ms. Babbitt. A few seconds later, someone tried to boost her through. She wore a Trump flag around her neck like a cape and a backpack over it.

As Ms. Babbitt was hoisted up, the lieutenant fired a single shot. She plummeted backward, striking the hard floor. There was no evidence that she had been armed.”

The man “wielding the helmet,” whom we know is named Zachary Jordan Alam, has been charged by the Department of Justice with serious crimes, including:

“Assault on a Federal Officer with a Dangerous or Deadly Weapon; Destruction of Government Property over $1,000; Obstruction of an Official Proceeding; Unlawful Entry on Restricted Building or Grounds; Violent Entry and Disorderly Conduct.”

Still, the New York Times minimizes this criminal conduct and doesn’t raise any questions about Alam’s suspicious actions, including proof that he engaged in a “coordinated action.” Again, Alam was handed a helmet; he supported the crowd to break the window; he changed his appearance in what should have been a secured area behind police officers, and he was not arrested and got away freely. The video shows all this and that is a matter of verifiable fact.

Here is another suggestive bit about Alam: He is no fan of police officers, as told personally by himself.

“Video footage showed Alam — with his mask pulled down — pushing past security personnel and screaming “F— the blue!” before reaching the doors of the Speaker’s Lobby, which leads to the House Chamber,” an affidavit said.

An analyst from Japan who had witnessed similar coordinated actions in her own country broke down the whole incident. Masako Ganaha performs a compelling “analysis of the Ashli Babbitt shooting” in an interview with the Epoch Times.

The analysis will lead you to start asking the right questions about Ashli Babbitt’s death, if you haven’t watched it yet. This is far beyond what the major press is doing with the incident.

As for the unidentified police, reports say he is hiding because of credible threats made against his life.

“More than six weeks after Babbitt succumbed to a single gunshot wound to the upper chest, authorities are keeping secret the identity of the officer who fired the fatal round,” Real Clear Investigations’ Paul Sperry stated.

 “They won’t release his name, and the major news media aren’t clamoring for it, in stark contrast to other high-profile police shootings of unarmed civilians.

The secrecy has fueled Internet reports misidentifying the shooter as a Capitol Police special agent previously commended by President Trump for bravery. The false rumors have triggered threats against the officer.”

Sperry gives more reported details about the officer in question.

“The officer who opened fire on Babbitt holds the rank of lieutenant and is a longtime veteran of the force who worked protective detail in the Speaker’s Lobby, a highly restricted area behind the House chamber, sources say. An African-American, he was put on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of an internal investigation led by the Metropolitan Police of the District of Columbia, which shares jurisdiction with the Capitol Police. The Justice Department is also involved in the inquiry.”

He notes that the case may soon be ruled “justifiable homicide”, based on Wall Street Journal reporting. But D.C. Police spokeswoman Alaina Gertz told Real Clear Investigations that it “remains under active investigation”.

As claimed by the officer’s lawyer Mark Schamel, even though Babbitt was unarmed, the unnamed officer warned her not to go into the secured area, and this claim is backed up by witnesses according to him.

“It’s a false narrative that he issued no verbal commands or warnings,” he said. “He was screaming, ‘Stay back! Stay back! Don’t come in here!’”

The decision to shoot Ashli Babbitt has been described as a “split-second” decision, but the video shows that the woman was warned and the man held aloft his gun for at least fifteen seconds he fired. This is not second-guessing the officer’s decision, but simply to specify that there is a discrepancy in the characterization of the shooting. Also, it can’t be denied that Babbitt should not have proceeded to go into the area. Anyhow, this does not give answers to how the incident developed or concluded.

The New York Times and other media outlets have classified Babbitt as a “Q Anon” supporter, as if that is to dismiss any public interest or even sympathy about her death.

“Ashli wasn’t a thug. She wasn’t a rioter. Ashli was a peaceful person,” her cousin Justine Babbitt said. “She did 14 years in the military. She was not there to destroy the Capitol building. She was there to be heard and be part of a movement. Ashli was a die-hard patriot. Not a Democrat, not a Republican. She was for the people. Ashli carried around the Constitution and the Bill of Rights in her pocketbook.”

Not long ago, Ashli Babbit was put to rest in a ceremony beside the Pacific Ocean.

Americans wish they could say the same about the questions regarding the circumstances surrounding her mysterious death.

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Source: Becker News 

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