Video Shows Ashli Babbitt Attempting To Stop Vandalism Outside Speaker’s Lobby Before She Was Killed

In the video that The Epoch Times reviewed, the latest information about Ashli Babbitt has emerged.

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The Times reported that Babbitt “desperately tried to prevent rioters from vandalizing the double doors leading to the Speaker’s Lobby at the Capitol that day, even stepping between one troublemaker and officers guarding the doors, a video footage analysis shows.”

The video was recorded by John Sullivan, Jayden X, who got arrested from inside the Capitol on J6 and discovered to be a BLM supporter.

The video shows that Babbitt tried to stop the people from vandalizing Speaker’s Lobby doors “at least four times before she climbed into a broken window,” which led to her being shot to death.

“The reality of it is, Ashli wasn’t a violent person,” said Tayler Hansen, an independent journalist who was close by Babbitt at the time of her shooting. “She was a good person, but they’ve demonized her to become this domestic terrorist that she has never been. She served her country for 14 years. That’s just insane to me that they can actually get away with pushing this narrative. They’ve done that by suppressing first-hand witnesses like me.”

“We didn’t know anything about the building we were in,” Hansen stated. “She turned the corner and I just followed her. “A big group of people followed us after I followed her. People just kind of emerged on the door. By that time, she was stuck in the corner.”

Babbitt is in the video, chatting with the Metro Police Officers in the hallway, which proves that she served in the US Air Force as a Military Police officer.

“About five minutes prior to her getting shot and killed,” Hansen continued, “all of those officers, Officer Yetter and the other officers in the hall, the MPD cops, they were all joking with her and laughing with her. They were having conversations and joking and laughing. Then not even five minutes later, Michael Byrd comes and executes her.”

Aaron Babbitt stated “Stop! No! Don’t! Wait!”, when Zachary Alam, punched the window near one officer’s head.

Hansen stated that Alam was the one who wanted to go through the window, that’s why he broke it. Babbitt used the broken window to run into the CERT team.

“He was about to go through that window,” Hansen said. “It was his idea. He was the one shattering it.”

Aaron Babbitt said, “It all comes down to which mental angle a person views it from. If they hate Ashli because they believe the lies, that’s all they see: her being part of a mob. Us who love her, know her, know every action and emotion she was displaying—she realized a minute before her death she was not in a friendly situation and something very wrong was occurring.”

Babbitt family attorney Terry Roberts said, “If you’re acting in self-defense, you have to tell somebody you’re acting in self-defense, or it should be quite plain from the circumstances. It clearly was not plain in these circumstances. I don’t believe the officer acted in self-defense at all.”

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