FBI Quietly Releases Unclassified File on Ashli Babbitt… Throughout the Photo voltaic Eclipse | The Gateway Pundit

Whereas most People had been dialed in on the photo voltaic eclipse, the FBI quietly launched unclassified paperwork relating to Ashli Babbitt, the Air Drive veteran whom a Capitol Police officer killed on January sixth.

On April eighth, the FBI launched a extremely redacted 69-page file on particulars of Ashli Babbitt’s loss of life, navy background, and testimonies on Babbitt’s character.

On web page three of the file, it was written, “BABBITT is deceased, and therefore, this case is not being nominated to TSDB.”

TSDB stands for “the terrorist screening information.

The TSDB “contains biographic and biometric identifying information (e.g., name, date of birth, photographs, iris scans, and/or fingerprints) of known and suspected terrorists.”

The very fact the FBI even talked about the TSDB goes to indicate the FBI seen People within the Capitol as “terrorists” slightly than Americans who had been merely annoyed with the way in which the 2020 election was carried out.

The file oddly made no point out of Capitol Police Officer Lt. Michael Byrd however as a substitute typically acknowledged Babbitt was “shot by police.”

The Gateway Pundit was the first publication to correctly identify Michael Byrd as Ashli Babbitt’s cold-blooded killer.

Later within the file, the FBI gives a quick overview of Babbitt’s private data, akin to her fingerprints, DMV information, and particulars relating to her navy service.

A number of pages had been redacted that contained “anonymous tips” made by unnamed people via the FBI’s tip line.


One web page of the file was an interview of a person whose title was redacted.

The person described Babbitt as a really outgoing and loving one who liked her household and nation.

In the identical interview, the individual acknowledged Ashli would “never go after someone physically.”

The Gateway Pundit beforehand reported Judicial Watch filed a $30 million wrongful loss of life lawsuit in opposition to the U.S. authorities for the loss of life of Babbitt.


Judicial Watch Files $30 Million Wrongful Death Suit Over Jan. 6 Protester Ashli Babbitt’s Death