EXCLUSIVE | Cops SAVAGELY CLUB PROTESTER’S HEAD With Metallic Batons At J6 Fedsurrection And It is 100 P.c AGAINST THE LAW, Extreme Drive Knowledgeable Exposes The ‘Disgusting’ Cowl Up | The Gateway Pundit

Two DC cops flagrantly broke the legislation repeatedly beating a demonstrator within the head with metallic batons through the election fraud protest on January 6. in one more instance of extreme pressure utilized by officers.

The cops thwarted the protester from barging throughout the police line by clubbing him within the head in violation of ordinary operational process.

Because the demonstrator, whose face was lined with a black bandana, makes an attempt to defend his face from the blows, two cops membership him within the head. One of many cops is clearly intent on knocking the protester to the bottom, violently putting the person on the top not less than 5 occasions till he falls over.

Because the masked man makes an attempt to get again on his toes, the police proceed to strike his head with the nightstick.

One other demonstrator in a camouflage-laden hat and sweater this reporter has recognized as Kenneth Joseph Thomas instantly walks towards the wounded protester to help.

Cops are championed after they brutally beat down patriots in Joe Biden’s America.


Steve Hill, an extreme pressure professional with J6 Truth, has investigated over one thousand hours of J6 footage over the previous two years.

Footage of the homicidal cop thrashing the protester’s head is amongst a collection of movies compiled by J6 Truth, during which Hill identifies how police unprecedentedly aberrated from the traditional protocol on Jan. 6.

Cops are legally “forbidden” from putting protesters or combatants “in the head, spine, neck the sternum, or the groin” with impression weapons, Hill maintains a narration of the crime scene.

Right here we see one other instance of extreme pressure utilized by officers. You see the skirmish line is about up by officers in an try to preserve protesters beneath the steps. On the fitting facet of the display, you see one demonstrators struggling with officers. Let there be little doubt that this protester shouldn’t be resisting in a passive method. His motion could be thought of aggressive to the officers and could be thought of ‘active or assaultive resisitance,’ depending on whether or not he’s battering the officers or not.

You may see the officers holding shields in an try to preserve the group from transferring into the road of officers. Because the defend officers push the person again, you see that officers behind the defend officers are utilizing their batons to strike that individual demonstrator. Most of those strikes are within the head space of that demonstrator.

The Metropolitan Police Division normal orders regarding the usage of pressure and the usage of much less deadly weapons forbid officers to make use of impression weapons to strike protesters or different combatants within the head, backbone, neck, coronary heart, the sternum, or the groin. If an officer makes use of their weapon to strike any of those areas, they have to have the ability to justify their use of lethal pressure.

Has this man demonstrated any stage of pressure in the direction of officers that they may mistakenly take into account as utilizing dying or nice bodily hurt or harm? No. The demonstrator is aggressive, however not lethal. But a few of the officers are utilizing excesssive pressure.

Basic Order 901 states that, ‘Officers of that department shall be aware that striking any of these prohibited areas is considered deadly force.’

Unfortuately this space of the Capitol shouldn’t be the one location the place we observe officers utilizing illegal lethal pressure techniques. And even worse, we see police supervisors utilizing or directing the usage of these illegal and doubtlessly lethal techniques on January the sixth.


Cops caught on digicam clubbing unarmed protesters within the head with batons on any day apart from through the Capitol riot could be “prosecuted to the full extent of the law, almost to the extent the Justice Department is prosecuting January 6 defendants,” Hill, stated describing the police brutality, in an unique intervew with The Gateway Pundit.

“If this officer is with a federal agency, they will cover it up and hide it. But if this were your average regular police department and you were dealing with something like a George Floyd protest, the officers would have been held accountable and they would have been prosecuted. The protester was attempting to make an NFL rush between the two cops. He was trying to push past them — so they’re right in pushing him back, but not with a baton,” stated the extreme pressure professional with a profession in legislation enforcement spanning 40 years.

“There’s only two of them hitting the head but there’s one officer who is making it personal. he’s, he’s going after this guy and even when the guys down on the ground you see him reach out and hit him in the head again — this is disgusting.”

People who protested within the nation’s Capitol on January 6 walked right into a lure, explains the veteran SWAT staff supervisor.

“There appears to be a concerted effort from those above the standard rank police officers that were purposeful in what they allowed to happen and purposeful in what they allowed their officers to participate in,” he stated. “Many of the law enforcement officials there have been simply doing their jobs — you don’t see head strikes, you received’t see them abusing the general public.

“But then there’s 5 percent that caused a lot of problems right there on the ground between protesters. Above that, you’ve got commanders who are making illegal and improper orders of officers to use “less lethal” munitions–  to shoot individuals — whether or not or not they had been licensed targets. They began capturing individuals exterior of the goal space, with these much less deadly merchandise, like within the face, the neck the throat, and areas like that.”

“These supervisors did not cease it from taking place. They’re very complicit within the accidents that occurred and that goes all the best way up the chain of command. Whether or not it’s the Capitol Police or the Metropolitan Police, it goes all the best way as much as the place you’ve received a Deputy Chief sitting in command posts not doing or saying something. They didn’t observe their customary working procedures.

Hill, a veteran SWAT staff supervisor, began his profession within the Air Drive. He then went on to run undercover assignments for the Albuquerque Police Division for almost a decade earlier than he was promoted to sergeant all through his 20-year profession with the APD.

“That’s where a lot of the training came through, learning things like crowd control, ride control, hostage rescue, things like that. Albuquerque is an extremely busy place. And by that, I mean it’s very violent,” he stated.

Hill then labored as a contractor with the Division of Protection coaching law enforcement officials all over the world in “dealing with lethal and less than lethal weapons systems and how to use them.” Hill assists J6 protection attorneys, together with these representing the Oath Keepers and the Proud Boys, with gathering exculpatory proof and has attended seven trials of J6 defendants and testified in three of the trials as an professional witness. He has volunteered to testify in fifteen trials, however judges routinely refuse to permit him to take the stand.

Images of a rubber bullet protruding from Joshua Black’s left cheek have been extensively circulated.


However extra protesters had been shot “no-shoot-deadly-force-areas’” and severely injured by bullets fired by police on Jan. 6.

Cops shot not less than 5 individuals within the head or face throughout “the initial 10 rounds that were fired from the crow’s nest down into the people into the crowd,” Hill stated. “On the West Aspect, there’s an officer or a sergeant who had what’s known as ‘a pepper ball gun’ and fired laborious capsules. As that officer was haphazardly capturing pepper balls at nonviolent targets, one other officer who I imagine was a sergeant was capturing an FN 303 on the crowd, which fires high-velocity bullets which can be made out of plastic for accuracy and travels quick sooner than the pepper ball.

“On the stand, we exhibited that the sergeant fired 10 shots into the crowd and of those ten shots five of them struck ‘no-shoot-deadly-force-areas’ — the face, the neck, and the head of individuals. Police are supposed to, by law, issue commands or say, ‘You must leave.’ And if the demonstrators don’t leave, then they can start pushing them out. But they went way overboard. They can push– they can’t start beating the heck out of people and again, shooting them in the face hitting them in the head, things like that.”

The weapons cops used to spray the group with less-than lethal-munitions “are marked with a warning label that states, ‘Could cause death,’” protection lawyer Steve Metcalf told TGP final 12 months, days after his shopper Dominic Pezzola was acquitted of the seditious conspiracy costs the federal government leveled towards leaders of the Proud Boys.

“I’ll tell you exactly where shit went crazy” on January 6, Metcalf stated. “It went loopy at that exact time when the protesters had been all standing within the west facet terrace after which pictures begin going off and other people began getting hit within the faces… There have been a few agitators within the crowd don’t get me improper, however what took it to an entire completely different stage is individuals being shot within the face with rubber bullets.
“That’s where people who were angry got even angrier and rightfully so.”

“Black is the one who the bullet penetrated. Other people were getting hit in the head. I saw other guys getting hit in the ear. That is not proper protocol. You cannot do headshots with a rubber bullet like that from that vicinity,” Metcalf stated. “The firearm officers used to shoot the rubber bullets had a warning label. We learn the warning label to the jury which said in sum and substance, ‘Do not shoot in the head or face because it can cause serious physical injury and or death.’

“I requested witness after witness, ‘If these people got shot in the temple would they die? If they got shot in the eye, would they lose an eye?’ Each reply was ‘Yes,’ it didn’t matter whose witness it was. My witness, [the government’s] witness it didn’t matter, the reply is, ‘Yes.’

“So, now you have deadly force against nondeadly force and then everything was pumped up from there. That’s how we got to people going in the building.”

Cops are additionally seen breaking the legislation in footage uncovered from police physique cam #X6039BEYS. Police violated customary working procedures after they grabbed a “passive resistor” by the face and threw him over a wall “dangerously” sitting down, TGP reported final week.

It’s unclear whether or not the protester landed head-first; because the cops tossed him over the wall a bystander braced his fall.


If anyone had been to take crimes dedicated by police towards unarmed demonstrators “seriously, they would at least attempt to prosecute these police officer under Administrative Rules, violations of standard operating procedure, or even a file class action suit where those injured go after these agencies,” Hill continued.

“A few of these officers who broke the legislation are praised for ‘defending the Capitol’ on January 6. Some get a visit to the Tremendous Bowl. And most of these commanders on the duty had been promoted. Now — that’s infuriating because the federal government swept all these investigations below the rug. And they didn’t launch the physique cam video. It took months and months and months of attempting to pressure them to launch the physique cam movies. And that is in violation of their very own customary working procedures and DC ordinances as nicely. 

As a big class of people, we are able to determine these officers. I’m sure there’s sufficient video round them from different officers to point out who the are. The query is, ‘Are we are we wasting our time?’ No. We’re undoubtedly not losing our time with this. We’re gathering proof that reveals your entire story of what occurred on January 6, making it accessible to the general public and educating them higher on what occurred.

“They’ve been told to blame all of the demonstrators. The number one defense for attorneys in most of these J6 cases is self-defense. Their clients were doing things because they observed the police doing things far and above what they had the authority to perform. So, either the officers failed to act and respond appropriately or the protesters were watching officers using serious force, deadly force, against demonstrators.”