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WHY Is It So Important For The Biden Administration To Hide The Identity Of The police Officer Who Shot/Killed Ashli Bobbitt?

Lesh

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Pierre Gustave Toutant-Beauregard (May 28, 1818 – February 20, 1893) was a Confederate general officer who started the American Civil War by leading the attack on Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. Today, he is commonly referred to as P. G. T. Beauregard, but he rarely used his first name as an adult. He signed correspondence as G. T. Beauregard.

Trained in military and civil engineering at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, Beauregard served with distinction as an engineer officer in the Mexican–American War. Following a brief appointment as superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy in 1861, and after Louisiana seceded, he resigned from the United States Army and became the first brigadier general in the Confederate States Army. He commanded the defenses of Charleston, South Carolina, at the start of the Civil War at Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. Three months later he won the First Battle of Bull Run (First Manassas) near Manassas, Virginia.

Beauregard commanded armies in the Western Theater, including at the
Battle of Shiloh in Tennessee, and the Siege of Corinth in northern Mississippi. He returned to Charleston and defended it in 1863 from repeated naval and land attacks by Union forces. He is most known for his defense of the industrial city of Petersburg, Virginia from Union troops, in June 1864, which delayed the eventual fall of the confederate capital Richmond, Virginia in April 1865.

His influence over Confederate strategy was lessened by his poor professional relationships with President Jefferson Davis and other senior generals and officials. In April 1865, Beauregard and his commander, General Joseph E. Johnston, convinced Davis and the remaining cabinet members that the war needed to end. Johnston surrendered most of the remaining armies of the Confederacy, including Beauregard and his men, to Major General William Tecumseh Sherman.

It appears that the drunken idiot is Turtlesoup
 

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I didn't read all the responses...but isn't it possible that we don't know the name because he wasn't
a cop at all? He might have been a staffer. The guy that fired the shot, was in a suit, not a uniform.
 

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Bullshit. You never saw security in a suit?

Newsflash, the Capitol Police never makes public the name of officers in a shooting incident
 

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I agree and furthermore, why is it they should identify him so republicans can take some cheap shot. Because all he is saying is there's some conspiracy.
 

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Why can't the Biden Administration Be Transparent And Officially Release The name Of The Capitol Police Officer Who Shot & Killed Ashli Babbitt on 6 January Inside the US Capitol?

I have read several articles from several different Internet sites and several different Media Sources, but there is no definitive evidence or unified agreement 'THIS is The Officer Who Killed Babbitt'.

Was / Is it US Capitol Special Agent David Bailey, a Brazilian immigrant and Black Lives Matter militant who 'REPEATEDLY THREATENED TO KILL TRUMP SUPPORTERS ON FACEBOOK FOR MONTHS'?

Or was it Capitol Police Officer Michael Leroy Byrd, an officer who was reportedly investigated in 2019 for leaving his weapon in the Capitol Visitor Center's bathroom?

One thing is for sure - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, head of the Capitol police, Joe Biden, and the Biden administration know. So why have they refused to be transparent, to relase the information, and have refused to allow the Capitol Video footage to be released?




Wasn't it the Trump administration who initially chose to hide his identity?
 

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Why can't the Biden Administration Be Transparent And Officially Release The name Of The Capitol Police Officer Who Shot & Killed Ashli Babbitt on 6 January Inside the US Capitol?

I have read several articles from several different Internet sites and several different Media Sources, but there is no definitive evidence or unified agreement 'THIS is The Officer Who Killed Babbitt'.

Was / Is it US Capitol Special Agent David Bailey, a Brazilian immigrant and Black Lives Matter militant who 'REPEATEDLY THREATENED TO KILL TRUMP SUPPORTERS ON FACEBOOK FOR MONTHS'?

Or was it Capitol Police Officer Michael Leroy Byrd, an officer who was reportedly investigated in 2019 for leaving his weapon in the Capitol Visitor Center's bathroom?

One thing is for sure - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, head of the Capitol police, Joe Biden, and the Biden administration know. So why have they refused to be transparent, to relase the information, and have refused to allow the Capitol Video footage to be released?





What evidence do you have that Biden has stopped the release of the name?
I'll say none. It's not as if it matters to republicans because you lot started the riot in the first place.
Capitol Police POLICY is that the names of officers are not made public in the case of shootings like this.

That's not new. We still don't have the names of the CP officers who shot the black woman who made a wrong turn in front of the Capitol several years back.

And for the record...the CP are as much McConnell's police as they are Pelosi's. In actuality neither controls their actions.
Capitol police can have all their super Secret bullshit they want.
A woman is dead, who and why killed her.?
Why didn't trump mention Babbitt at his Ohio rally yesterday? Why has he shown no con-cern....she died for him.
 

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Because the TrumpyCult is full of crazy fucks?
Like theses guys?
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Gun violence in this country would drop 90% if Democrats quit shooting people.
Shootings would drop 99% if we made everyone register their guns and tracked all sales.
How are you going to force criminal to register their guns and allow you to track them? As I understand the law, you can’t charge a felon with failing to register his gun because registering his gun would be self-incrimination since it’s a felony for a felon to possess a gun in the first place. I don’t care what laws you pass, criminals will ignore them, THAT’S WHY THEY ARE CRIMINALS.
 

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Pierre Gustave Toutant-Beauregard (May 28, 1818 – February 20, 1893) was a Confederate general officer who started the American Civil War by leading the attack on Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. Today, he is commonly referred to as P. G. T. Beauregard, but he rarely used his first name as an adult. He signed correspondence as G. T. Beauregard.

Trained in military and civil engineering at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, Beauregard served with distinction as an engineer officer in the Mexican–American War. Following a brief appointment as superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy in 1861, and after Louisiana seceded, he resigned from the United States Army and became the first brigadier general in the Confederate States Army. He commanded the defenses of Charleston, South Carolina, at the start of the Civil War at Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. Three months later he won the First Battle of Bull Run (First Manassas) near Manassas, Virginia.

Beauregard commanded armies in the Western Theater, including at the
Battle of Shiloh in Tennessee, and the Siege of Corinth in northern Mississippi. He returned to Charleston and defended it in 1863 from repeated naval and land attacks by Union forces. He is most known for his defense of the industrial city of Petersburg, Virginia from Union troops, in June 1864, which delayed the eventual fall of the confederate capital Richmond, Virginia in April 1865.

His influence over Confederate strategy was lessened by his poor professional relationships with President Jefferson Davis and other senior generals and officials. In April 1865, Beauregard and his commander, General Joseph E. Johnston, convinced Davis and the remaining cabinet members that the war needed to end. Johnston surrendered most of the remaining armies of the Confederacy, including Beauregard and his men, to Major General William Tecumseh Sherman.

It appears that the drunken idiot is Turtlesoup
Lord have mercy...the firing did not start in April 1861 fool, it started several months earlier in 1861 as a New York ship tried to resupply Fort Sumpter. Geebus.
 

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Pierre Gustave Toutant-Beauregard (May 28, 1818 – February 20, 1893) was a Confederate general officer who started the American Civil War by leading the attack on Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. Today, he is commonly referred to as P. G. T. Beauregard, but he rarely used his first name as an adult. He signed correspondence as G. T. Beauregard.

Trained in military and civil engineering at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, Beauregard served with distinction as an engineer officer in the Mexican–American War. Following a brief appointment as superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy in 1861, and after Louisiana seceded, he resigned from the United States Army and became the first brigadier general in the Confederate States Army. He commanded the defenses of Charleston, South Carolina, at the start of the Civil War at Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. Three months later he won the First Battle of Bull Run (First Manassas) near Manassas, Virginia.

Beauregard commanded armies in the Western Theater, including at the
Battle of Shiloh in Tennessee, and the Siege of Corinth in northern Mississippi. He returned to Charleston and defended it in 1863 from repeated naval and land attacks by Union forces. He is most known for his defense of the industrial city of Petersburg, Virginia from Union troops, in June 1864, which delayed the eventual fall of the confederate capital Richmond, Virginia in April 1865.

His influence over Confederate strategy was lessened by his poor professional relationships with President Jefferson Davis and other senior generals and officials. In April 1865, Beauregard and his commander, General Joseph E. Johnston, convinced Davis and the remaining cabinet members that the war needed to end. Johnston surrendered most of the remaining armies of the Confederacy, including Beauregard and his men, to Major General William Tecumseh Sherman

It appears that the drunken idiot is Turtlesoup
Lord have mercy...the firing did not start in April 1861 fool, it started several months earlier in 1861 as a New York ship tried to resupply Fort Sumpter. Geebus.
Yea and ?

In a letter delivered January 31, 1861, South Carolina Governor Pickens demanded of President Buchanan that he surrender Fort Sumter because "I regard that possession is not consistent with the dignity or safety of the State of South Carolina."[12] Over the next few months repeated calls for evacuation of Fort Sumter[8]:13[13] from the government of South Carolina and then from Confederate Brigadier General P. G. T. Beauregard were ignored. Union attempts to resupply and reinforce the garrison were repulsed on January 9, 1861 when the first shots of the war, fired by cadets from the Citadel, prevented the steamer Star of the West, hired to transport troops and supplies to Fort Sumter, from completing the task.

It was deliberate and considered. Not a drunken impulsive act...moron
 

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The person that shot Ashli Babbitt ... there was no reason for that. And why isn’t that person being opened up, and why isn’t that being studied? They’ve already written it off. They said that case is closed. If that were the opposite, that case would be going on for years and years, and it would not be pretty
 

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The person that shot Ashli Babbitt ... there was no reason for that. And why isn’t that person being opened up, and why isn’t that being studied? They’ve already written it off. They said that case is closed. If that were the opposite, that case would be going on for years and years, and it would not be pretty
Justified shooting.

Case closed.
 

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They hid him till they could give him what they thought was a good story/excuse and a pimp interviewer to softball him.

The guy is a damned murderer. There was no need to kill Babbitt. He knows that. We all know that. Even the left knows it but they can't allow anything to get in the way of destroying the country.
 

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They hid him till they could give him what they thought was a good story/excuse and a pimp interviewer to softball him.

The guy is a damned murderer. There was no need to kill Babbitt. He knows that. We all know that. Even the left knows it but they can't allow anything to get in the way of destroying the country.
No, there was a clear need to stop that insurrectionist.
 

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What folks have failed to notice is that all those people in that January Protest harmed by the glorious peoples leaders are evidence that America is under Divine Judgment, one of which is "those who hate you rule over you" Leviticus 26:17
And that Judgement ain't going away, till those who are called by His Name, confess and repent of their wrongs.
 

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otto said:
No, there was a clear need to stop that insurrectionist.

damn lie and you know it. I know you're not that stupid...but you do hate President Trump and any who voted for him to suffer imprisonment and death. THATis what you want for your fellow americans while you support stealth communists who have taken over this government.
 

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damn lie and you know it. I know you're not that stupid...but you do hate President Trump and any who voted for him to suffer imprisonment and death. THATis what you want for your fellow americans while you support stealth communists who have taken over this government.
You too ignorant to except that she was breaking the law and posed a threat.
 

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otto said:
You too ignorant to except that she was breaking the law and posed a threat.


an unarmed woman is a threat. He had to pick a target, take aim, think about it and shoot. You're still a liar. IT IS OUR HOUSE. We've seen that this was orchestrated by FIB AND the police led those folk to slaughter. You had no freakin' problem with blm/antifa breaking laws all through 2019-2021.
 

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