Must See: New Video Released Of Ashli Babbitt Moments Before She Was Killed

Written By BlabberBuzz | Saturday, 22 January 2022 09:30
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New footage published on Wednesday reveals the moments leading up to when Ashli Babbitt tried to pass through the broken glass of a barricaded interior door leading into the Speaker's Lobby.

The footage, taken by independent journalist Tayler Hansen, reveals Babbitt was walking through the building, approaching the door guarded by three police officers at roughly 2:40 pm. She is caught conversing with the officers.

"I'm hoping that over a year later my video helps clear up what really took place outside the Speaker's Lobby on January 6th," Hansen told The Post Millennial.

"We didn't know anything about the building we were in. She turned the corner and I just followed her," Hansen told The Epoch Times. "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. She was literally trapped there."

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

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The Epoch Times, who studied video and audio files of the shooting, announced that Babbitt tried to stop the attack on the Speaker's Lobby leading up to her shooting.

"Babbitt confronted rioter Zachary Alam, leaning in between him and one of the police officers guarding the doors. Alam turned away from Babbitt and punched a window to the side of the officer's head. Babbitt winces just before Alam strikes the window with his right hand. He later uses a helmet to smash the tempered glass," The Epoch Times reported.

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According to Babbitt's husband, Aaron Babbitt, an audio analysis of video footage taken in the hallway reveals that Babbitt yelled, "Stop! No! Don't! Wait!"

"After repeatedly forcing myself to watch the murder of my wife, I have come to my own conclusion that Ashli came to a point of realization that she was in very bad situation and the police weren't acting appropriately to what she was witnessing," Aaron Babbitt told The Epoch Times.

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"I know my wife very well. She's not destructive," Babbitt announced. "She was not there to hurt anybody."

The three officers that were standing in front of the door are seen at one point going away, as a U.S. Capitol Police Containment Emergency Response Team came up the stairs reacting to a police radio report that shots had been fired. However, no shots had been fired at that point.

"Babbitt feared for her life, her husband said, so she climbed into the broken window to escape. Byrd shot her before she got more than partway into the window frame," The Epoch Times reported.

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