January 6 Narrative Collapse: Assault Charges Spell Problems for DOJ, FBI in Officer Sicknick Case
March 17, 2021 (6mo ago)

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A major development broke this week in the Federal investigation into what exactly caused the death of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick.

The below headline from Salon captures what was supposed to have happened:

But providing “clarity” into Sicknick’s death was approximately the opposite of what transpired.

Here’s what we know:

Two men, Julian Khater and George Tanios, have been charged with nine criminal counts for actions taken on January 6th just outside the steps of the U.S. Capitol building. The most serious offense appears to be assault on an officer with a dangerous weapon, arising from Khater’s alleged use of Tanios’s chemical spray to tag Officer Sicknick and two other officers in the face.

It’s not fully clear whether “dangerous weapon” or “deadly weapon” is the apt description. The front page of the criminal complaint describes the assault as only being with a “dangerous weapon”:

The affiant statement section of the filing alleges assault with a “deadly or dangerous weapon.”

Everyone from Fox News to  The Daily Caller to TMZ to World Socialist Website to Baltimore Jewish Life to the January 6th Wikipedia entry reported the charge as assault with a “deadly weapon“:

The Justice Department ‘s own presumably authoritative website press release stipulates only the charge of assault with a “dangerous weapon“:

In ordinary circumstances, this distinction would be meaningless, since at the legal level, “dangerous” and “deadly” are effectively the same thing on a weapons charge.

But at the narrative level, it means everything. The question of whether the events of January 6th were only “dangerous” versus actually “deadly” is effectively the dividing line between “a situation getting out of line” and “domestic terrorism.”

Examining The Charges

Criminal masterminds, the duo charged are not. Julian Khater, 32, runs a smoothie shop called Frutta Bowls in Penn State’s college town in Pennsylvania. George Tanios, 39, runs a sandwich shop trademarked “Sandwich U” or “King of the Fat Sandwich” in West Virginia. The two men were evidently childhood friends in New Jersey. In May 2020, Tanios appears to have filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Pictured: Julian Khater

 

Pictured: George Tanios

The Million Dollar Question hanging over this trial in both criminal court and the court of public opinion is why these two men have been charged with assault, not murder. Recall that “murder” was both the mainstream media’s and Congress’s unrelenting meme for the first whole month following the events of 1/6, culminating in a full-on impeachment conviction at the House of Representatives. 

After Revolver News and other outlets debunked the initial fire extinguisher hoax, The Narrative transitioned from “murdered by MAGA” to “died from injuries caused by MAGA.”

But “died from injuries” is not what the DOJ is alleging. In fact, they strictly and studiously avoid that allegation altogether.

If the FBI and DOJ believed (or thought they could later prove) that Khater’s act of spraying Sicknick contributed to his death, there are any number of charges the DOJ should have filed instead. Those include manslaughter (unintentional murder resulting from extremely reckless disregard for human life) or perhaps negligent homicide (unintentional murder as a result of gross negligence). Even within assault categories, the DOJ appears to be pursuing simple assault (the least serious form, which usually involves minor injury or a limited threat of violence), rather than aggravated assault (a far graver charge, related to assaults concerning serious bodily harm).

So what we have instead is a simple assault case that is marketed as a murder, with stacking charges tantamount to mass murder, and possibly a murder case upside (see below), but no murder actually alleged — at least not yet. 

Tanios is facing 60 years in prison, which is considerably more time than for typical first degree murder, despite the fact that Tanios not only did not spray Sicknick (it was Khater who allegedly did so), but the criminal complaint does not allege he even entered the U.S. Capitol building that day. At 39 years of age, if Tanios is found guilty on all counts with no leniency at sentencing, he will leave prison at 99 years old.  

Ten weeks after 1/6, there is still no toxicology report, no autopsy results, and no cause of death identified for Officer Sicknick. We are now told that the results of the toxicology report have not been released because they are still incomplete

But surely, 10 weeks into a process that normally takes 4-6 weeks to finish, the DOJ has at least some internal, preliminary indications of what those toxicology findings are likely to show. It follows that the DOJ is either (1) firewalled from those findings and has filed simple assault charges with the disciplined intent to file superseding murder charges if supported by the toxicology report, or (2) aware that the toxicology report shows no connection between the spray incident and the death, and is deliberately obscuring the court filing langauge and the public’s impression to falsely suggest a Big Reveal will ultimately vindicate their present lack of answers.

Of course, a third, unsightly option remains: that the DOJ is pursuing assault because it does not want to disclose, debate or litigate aspects of the autopsy, toxicology findings or coroner’s report in open court

To put this in meme, Scenario 1 looks like this:

That is, the toxicology report is holding back the murder charges. If the dam breaks, the murder charges will swamp the assault charges. This is the best case, least unethical scenario for what’s driving the decision-making at FBI/DOJ.

Scenario 2 looks like this:

Here, the FBI/DOJ are holding back the toxicology report to protect The Narrative. And the dam may break, resulting in a flood, or it may crack or leak, resulting in a muddy transition to a still-palatable narrative, but at any rate the disclosures are delayed and The Narrative persists.

And Scenario 3 looks something like this:

We leave the interpretation of this final meme as an exercise for the reader.

Let’s dive into the charging documents and point out some interesting details:

Failure to Provide Video, or a Still of the Video’s “Money Shot”

The crux of the prosecution’s case is that they discovered surveillance video footage, plus corroborating officer body cam footage, showing Khater spraying Sicknick and two other officers with chemical spray. But neither the surveillance video nor the body cam footage has been made publicly unavailable

While the 11-page criminal complaint and the 65-page FBI Special Agent affidavit both refer to the same six screenshots purporting to be video frames from the surveillance and body cam footage, none of the screenshots show the “money shot” where Khater supposedly sprays the officers.

For completeness, the six screenshots are reproduced below.

Eight figures are provided in the court filings, but two are simply generic social media photos of Tanios not at the Capitol. These are the only images the public has been provided, and may be the only images the public is provided until trial. And we may only hope the DOJ does not move to seal further images or video from public viewing.

The two “action shots” here are Figure Two and Figure Five. Figure Five, however, is a still from the body cam of Metropolitan Police Department Lieutenant Bagshaw in which Bagshaw sprays Khater, rather than Khater doing the spraying. Therefore, the only relevant action shot is Figure Two. 

Since Figure Two has a Where’s Waldo quality – a packed, chaotic shot where you’re looking for a small guy in the background in red, white and blue – here is a red line drawn around Khater.

Khater is alleged to be pointing a canister spray at Officer Chapman, who is standing next to Officer Sicknick, at some undisclosed moment in time before or after the “money shot” where the three officers get sprayed.

The FBI Special Agent affidavit describes these events surrounding Figure Two in a highly revealing way, which gives away both the FBI/DOJ’s problems, and intended solutions, for litigating this case. It’s worth reading the yellow highlights below:

What they are saying is that this Figure 2 video frame depicts Khater “five to eight feet” away holding a canister and possibly spraying it, but a separate set of video frames depict Khater only “a few feet” from the officers as they react to being sprayed in the face.

Unanswered questions leap off the page. The mind boggles, as one struggles to search for a benign explanation:

Why provide the Figure Two video frame, where Khater is “five to eight feet” away and possibly deploying the canister, but not the “money shot” video frames where Khater is just “a few feet” and actually spraying them?

The whole prosecution is based on these key frames from the video.  Why not provide the video? And if you’re not going to provide the video, why not at least provide the still frames of the moments Officers Sicknick, Edwards and Chapman “all react, one by one, to something striking them in the face?” 

Only a week ago, the FBI publicly disclosed 131 seconds of video surveillance footage purporting to show the “pipe bomb” suspect, in action, as he physically planted explosives outside DNC offices. Why provide that surveillance footage but neither the surveillance footage nor the body cam video here

It’s not like we are dealing with graphic or facially upsetting content. We now know this spray event happened at approximately 2:23pm, and that Sicknick texted his own brother “that night” (which would be at least several hours after) that while he had been pepper sprayed, he was in good spirits.

The exact words reported: “He texted me last night and said, ‘I got pepper-sprayed twice,’ and he was in good shape,” said Ken Sicknick.

If Khater’s Missing Frames show the first time Sicknick was pepper-sprayed, then when was he pepper sprayed a second time? CNN’s original reporting on February 2 seemed to suggest investigators were tracking whether Sicknick’s spray ingestion, if any, may have been of chemicals deployed by fellow officers in the crowd, rather than by protestors from it. 

What does the rest of the surveillance footage and body cam video show?

If the FBI and DOJ possessed video footage of Khater spraying Sicknick and the other officers, and that footage is sufficient to warrant 60 years of stacked criminal charges, it would be highly uncharacteristic and unusual for the FBI and DOJ to miss a PR opportunity blitz.

For example, in the “Gretchen Whitmer Kidnapping” plot infiltrated and investigated by the FBI Detroit Field Office then run by now FBI Assistant Director in Charge of the Washington, DC Field Office, prosecutors released to a CNN affiliate a set of videos, photos, and text messages from the defendants to advantage their trial in the court of public opinion.

The freely disclosed videos in the Whitmer Plot even featured the same set of suggestible conspiracy language that gave rise to the DOJ’s “conspiracy” charges here. 

In the Whitmer Plot, the public was shown videos with big talk bravado like: “If this shit goes down, okay, if this whole thing, you know, starts to happen, I’m telling you what, dude, I’m taking out as many of those motherf*&kers as I can.”

In the Khater/Tanios “plot,” the conspiracy charge is born of Khater allegedly saying “Give me that bear shit” and Tanios allegedly saying “Hold on, hold on, not yet, not yet… it’s still early.” Why do a PR blitz for the Whitmer Plot tape but hide both the video and “money shot” frames from the Khater/Tanios Plot tape?

A charitable interpretation of all this could be that the FBI and DOJ are simply being only moderately unethical, and have deliberately calculated their selective releases to maximize chances of DOJ prosecution rather than public disclosure of the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth so help me God. In time, the charitable interpretation goes, all of this information will be turned over to the defense attorneys, and possibly to the public, but just not yet – because they want to delay unfavorable disclosures until the last minute possible.

A non-charitable interpretation could be that they straight-up “don’t have the goods” on the video footage, Khater’s connection to the three officers’ spray injuries, the toxicology report’s connection to Officer Sicknick’s actual cause of death, or any of hundreds of lurking variables and unexplained questions still plaguing this case.

Closing Note

Further elements of these filings will be covered in a subsequent installment of this Revolver News investigation into the 1/6 MAGA Capitol Mystery. 

But without getting into them at this point, let’s conclude by briefly staring into the abyss between The Actual Allegations we just reviewed and The Narrative that Regime Media continues to pump into the American information stream.

Consider this galling, turgid sludge from The Hill. It was published three days after the charges filed this week, meaning The Narrative is undeterred by The Actual Allegations.

Regime Media’s extreme sensitivities to being called out by a foreign leader – especially Putin – for crackdowns on pro-democracy protesters alleging fraud in an election are touchy because such accusations prod at a very soft underbelly of the U.S. State Department. Deadly Regime Crackdowns on groups asserting democratic disenfranchisement form the key spear of the U.S. State Department’s justification for intervention in Belarus, Myanmar, Venezuela, and of course Russia, among scores of similar historic anecdotes.

With the DOJ’s charges this week being limited to “assault,” and strictly and deliberately avoiding “murder,” there is no excuse for continuing to call the 1/6 events “deadly” — unless “deadly” refers to the Deadly Regime Crackdown on MAGA protesters.  

Outlets like The Hill, however, are either clinging to outdated talking points or are holding fast to insinuation that DOJ will ultimately augment this week’s charges:

Like Wiley Coyote running over a cliff and not yet looking down to realize how unmoored his sprint has become from reality, cartoonish speculation continues to support The Narrative in place of actual evidence or a legal allegation from the Justice Department.

$25,000 in damages. That’s dangerous. But deadly? If so, that word appears to have lost its original meaning – and that’s putting it charitably. 

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Guest
6 months ago

Is the DOJ prosecutors taking orders from the CCP?

Casval
6 months ago

The CCP does less harm to US citizens than US institutions.

Guest
6 months ago

But the US government is being funded by them so it amounts to the same thing.

Guest
6 months ago

Like the election, what actually happened is much less important than who decides what happened and we already know that the cards are stacked against these guys.

Casval
6 months ago

The cards are only stacked against the innocent if good people allow evil to reign freely. Always challenge and confront evil.

Guest
6 months ago

Why worry about the truth when you control the narrative. This is Democrat politics at its finest.

Casval
6 months ago

It extends beyond democrats, it's global corporations, partisan unions, and cowardly (or willfully disingenuous) conservative politicians who have enabled the persecution of Trump supporters to occur.

Jessica S, Naples FL
6 months ago

From my computer at home I saw videos of this incident real time, as it occurred. I started laughing when I saw what I thought were clouds of pepper spray, coming from opposing sides, as the participants were spraying each other! There were several clouds, emanating from BOTH SIDES, as the people appeared to blend together in one mass that couldn't really move forward as they were on top of each other as the bike racks were moved away from their original position or line. The sprays were aimed in the general direction of targets who were at least 5-10 feet away from each other. I saw at least 10 minutes of people trying to remove the racks from the front line as one obnoxious "protestor" walked back and forth along the line of racks, on the mob side, trying to antagonize the officers who were on the Capital side of the racks, trying to keep them in place. Over a few minutes the line of racks buckled slowly towards the police from the increasing mob of people surging forward, as a few individual racks were pulled backwards and sideways into the crowd. The sprays appeared as the crowd moved slowly forward, with people spreading to the sides as well as forward. The sprays were strong in BOTH DIRECTIONS, from the crowd and from the opposition. I could not tell WHO was doing the spraying as there was a sea of moving people but the spray streams were most visible as they traveled faster than the mass of people. The sprays came from opposing sides and were aimed at targets.

Guest
6 months ago

The FBI is known in real law enforcement, for good reason, as Famous But Incompetent. In this case, as we are seeing more and more, that incompetence is the inability to do their job correctly, as actual law enforcement, rather than as a more purely political organization doing the will of a specific party.

Guest
6 months ago

We know that 95% of DC residents vote Democrat. FBI included.

Guest
6 months ago

When ALL your institutions have been rendered meaningless due to a bankruptcy in ethics, and compromised for the lust of power, then the great divorce begins.

Casval
6 months ago

At this point, the FBI does more harm to Americans than the FSB and MSS. The US wages wars or imposes sanctions on countries that persecute protestors, meanwhile their own institutions work to intentionally slow down or indefinitely imprison innocent people in kangaroo courts based on fabricated/sketchy evidence and lies. They should be deeply ashamed of themselves.

Guest
6 months ago

Jan 6th, 2021 – The American Reichstag fire. Perpetrated by elements of the Democrats, BLM, Antifa, Capitol Hill Police and the FBI.

Traitors all of them.

Guest
6 months ago

2000 years ago Pontius Pilate asked Jesus Christ, "What is truth?", and he was staring right at Truth and didn't recognize it. So it is with so many powerful people in government today. They stare at truthful evidence, don't recognize it, and "kill it" for fabricated counterfeits, to fit the leftist narrative. And the corrupt press, who are the same way, if not worse, disperse the lying "evidence" as truth on purpose to the people. There are no more checks and balances. The press will never report the truth on this officer, so few Americans will ever hear it. Only the comparative few who visit conservative websites and TV news stations.

Guest
6 months ago

They're far worse than Pilate. He genuinely wished to know the truth as he told the crowd he could find no fault in Jesus and wanted to release him.
They know the truth and intentionally deny it and choose the lie instead.

Guest
6 months ago

You weren't there to see his attitude. He could very well have been asking a rhetorical question in a biting way, a dismissive way, or a contemptuous way. He may have actually been saying "I don't believe in truth", in a roundabout way. He eventually had Him executed, so if he believed in real Truth wholeheartedly he wouldn't have done that. No, like politicians today they just want the troublesome issue out of the way as quickly as possible, even when they have to ignore the truth or lie about it. He was no different at all from most Democrats today; they don't like Jesus being brought up in discussion either.

Guest
6 months ago

Very interesting discussion. Remember, too, that Pilate knew he was guilty as sin because he washed the blood off his hands afterward. Only guilty killers and their helpers do that. That matches liberal Democrats to a T.

Guest
2 months ago

Great point!

Guest
5 months ago

Ridiculous. Of COURSE Pilate understood the truth. The question at hand was Jesus' innocence. The 'truth' was that Jesus was totally innocent. Pilate's question was rhetorical. He asked Jesus what is [the] truth. Then he proceeded to state the truth to the Jews: "I find in him no fault at all."

Guest
2 months ago

He murdered the Truth, you hellbound moron NaziChop.

Guest
6 months ago

In 2015, Amazon workers were exposed to bear repellant when a can exploded. Three years later, employees were endangered by the repellant twice. In the second incident, 54 Amazon employees at the facility in Robbinsville, NJ were exposed to the fumes; 24 were taken to the hospital. At the time, the President of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union was quoted as saying, “This is another outrageous example of the company putting profits even before the health and safety of the workers and we cannot stand for this.” Even though the company President was responsible for repeatedly endangering the health and safety of dozens of people by exposing them to bear repellant fumes, Jeff Bezos was never charged or even arrested for criminal negligence. I wonder. Would things have been different had he been spotted wearing a MAGA hat?

Guest
6 months ago

The charging of the MAGA protesters and the exemplary sentencing that comes with them is proof of the Deep State's atavistic hatred of right of center political dissidents. This is not our country anymore, the government refuses to deal with us in good faith so I will not ever fly the flag again.

BLM and antifa did far worse throughout 2020 and the majority of them had their charges dropped or were given a slap on the wrist.

Guest
6 months ago

Fly the flag anyway. The one with 50 stars on it for 50 states. 50 states, not "territories". When the DC leftists want to make DC a state and welfare hole Puerto Rico a state and want to fly a flag with 52 stars on it you keep flying the one with 50.

Guest
6 months ago

No! no flag anymore until Constitution restored

Guest
6 months ago

But hundreds of thousands of men and women died to preserve that American flag. You are neglecting their sacrifice and playing into the hands of the leftists, who are only too glad you are taking it down.

Guest
6 months ago

the BLM and Antifa did the worst on Jan 6. The led the "insurrection". Anyone claiming otherwise is lying.

Guest
6 months ago

Nice job in reporting a story that goes beyond the obstensible narratives. The mega story is how did the FBI and possibly the DOJ get involved in the narrative in the first place. Humans have prejudices but where are the leaders who rise above them. One can only see evil everywhere in DC today

Guest
6 months ago

Yeah look how long they are dragging out the Hunter Biden investigation. It's an open and shut case, it doesn't take years to make a judgement on it. However, his father is now President of the US (illegally) so they won't make a judgement on it until after Joe's term is over.

Guest
6 months ago

That will go as far as the Durham investigation did.

Guest
6 months ago

The entire episode was Nancy's invention, Nancy's narrative.

Guest
6 months ago

Did you investigate whether Officer Sicknick received a covid vaccine? Just wondering. All the facts.

Casval
6 months ago

It's hilariously ironic that the so-called "prison abolitionists/justice reformers/pro-democracy" activists INDEFINITELY imprison non-offenders based on sketchy evidence for having a different political ideology. These evil hypocrites legitimately believe that the right wing should be prohibited from speech and expression, enforcing their ideology through illegal and legal means to make the world into a worse place for everyone. All liberals, democrats, necons, and leftists are totalitarian liars and grifters with ineffective ideas, so do not be gaslit by the lies that they spew. You are good people fighting against evil.

Guest
6 months ago

The left has been destroying our institutions by Politicizing them.
Rather than serve the people, they are serving the Washington Elite.
The DOJ has Hillary's emails, Hunter's laptop, fake evidence for a FISA warrant, alterations of FBI documents, 100's of illegal unmasking's,, money laundering, video of Biden Quid pro quo and mountains of other evidence – but can't make a case!
Sgt. Schultz would be embarrassed.
But if the target is Trump or a Trump associate? Then call out the swat teams, special prosecutors, fines, imprisonment, impeachment and do your worst.

The left has shown they are Liars, Murderers, and Thieves who are willing to do anything to get and keep power.

Guest
6 months ago

The Left has made this perhaps the most important story of our time by trying to use it to justify an Orwellian security state and suppression of the opposition. Please keep uncovering the truth, we are counting on you.

Guest
5 months ago

The truth doesn't make much of an impact if everyone is trained not to act. The most anyone does is post their "truth" on the internet. The majority of people are immune to talk; their mental barriers can't be overcome by words. So long as no one is willing to fight based on truth, nothing will change the direction of the world.

Swiss
6 months ago

Trump requested 10,000 NG, but was ignored! FBI had intelligence, but ignored! The Pentagon was more concerned with their PR Image than defend the people gathered that day. Only an idiot, or someone obsessed with hate, or maybe one with other motives, would allow a gathering that size without suitable security measures. Are we missing something? The real crime! Maybe we should defund all the police, so we can book a lot of cases! The Rally was planned. Where was the appropriate security for a gathering of that size?

Congress in Session at our Federal Capitol Building with extremely important business! A Rally of 800,000 persons in the area and a planned Rally at the Capitol Building and we have bicycle racks for security? Was it incompetence, or deliberate? Maybe both!

Guest
6 months ago

Plus the video Newsmax continues to show of police actually waving protestors in. How can any protestors be charged when they were invited in? And why continue to ignore the outright cold blood murder of unarmed Ashlee? We still don't even know the name of the guard who shot her point blank. If the situation was reversed and a leftist was killed we'd never hear the end of it.

Guest
6 months ago

Thank God Darren Beattie's beating this drum.

Guest
6 months ago

I want to know who decided that the Capital police did not need additional help that day. Police chief asked for help 6 times & was denied. Capital police chief reports to Sargeant at arms for the house. Sargeant at arms reports directly to Pelosi. So, was it Pelosi who denied extra help for the police? Dems are the ones who benefitted from what they call "an insurrectiuon" Congress was too "shaken" to follow their Constitional duty correctly & just wanted to get out of there instead of debate to send the Elector question back to the states for review. Again, who benefitted if this went badly? Certainly wasn't Trump

Guest
6 months ago

Jill Biden. Lol 😆

Guest
6 months ago

The wind was blowing the pepper spray back in their own faces. The Capitol police were spraying tons of pepper spray and tear gas into the crowd but the wind was blowing it right back in their faces so they were tearing off their own face shields and washing their own faces with water for the first couple hours. So early in the afternoon they relied on the pepper spray more than the tear gas. The winds died down later in the afternoon and the crowds were packed tight, so later when they deployed clouds of tear gas, the people were trapped and couldn't move or go anywhere, that seems to be why some people collapsed, trapped and pressed in a crowd and the air is thick with tear gas and pepper spray so every breath is like breathing caustic fire. The poor officer undoubtedly breathed in a lot of their own tear gas and pepper spray because the wind was blowing it right back in their faces.

Guest
6 months ago

I have sent a comment on a couple other shows but maybe you can check this out. The evening of the capitol episode the trail o( whatever news calls it) the band at bottom of the news that runs along the bottom had a statement that Chuck Shumers body guard shot the woman, at the capital. Is there a way to see if that is a fact. I remember commenting about it to my family. I have never seen a follow-up on that but case is so quiet.

Guest
6 months ago

I just know there is a big reason they are not releasing who the shooter is.

Guest
6 months ago

ayc‘I got pepper-sprayed twice"
Officer Sicknick, who should be knowledgeable of different kinds of of sprays, either was simplifying the event to his brother, or didn't actually get bear sprayed. At the very least this should cause doubt until the actual video is shown.

Guest
6 months ago

We know that Nancy Pelosi could have had security at that location in minutes. We know she worried about how it would look. We also know she doesn't care about miles of razor wire and how that looks today. They have all the 'optics' now of a coup seizing power and threatening bodily harm to anyone who opposes them. They know who the real culprits are, the real criminals here, and they aren't prosecuting them because they are their own 'enforcers'. We know too, and that's why they put up the razor wire.

Guest
5 months ago

If he was hit by bear spray to the point that he was in grave danger, I would think he would be complaining about several symptoms rather than tell his brother he was okay. Also, if anyone had a shot of him being hit with the spray you know dang well it would be on the cover of every magazine, there is no way leftists would give up an opportunity like that. These are the same people who conduct photo shoots with dead toddlers.

Guest
5 months ago

The protesters were being sprayed with the same "deadly weapons" they are charged with spraying at police?

Really makes you think. Reminder that the police executed an un-armed woman that day. No, she wasn't antifa. Anyone who says so is a coward and a fool. She was protesting the theft of the election that most of us were too cowardly to even admit happened. Her name was tarred and feathered, and her sacrifice forgotten. Our national honor will remain dead until that discrepancy is accounted for.

Her name was Ashli Babbit.

Guest
5 months ago

Shortly after the Jan 6 disturbance, two police officers present at the event, supposedly
committed suicide. The news sources shortly after Jan 6 reported that Officer Jeffrey Smith of the Metropolitan Police and Howard Liebengood of the Capitol Police took their own lives. I have not heard anything about them since. These events are almost as strange as the death of Officer Sicknick.

Guest
2 months ago

Only direct government involvement in events such as this could result in such convoluted circumstances and confusion!

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