The husband of Ashli Babbitt, who was shot and killed by Capitol Police on January 6, 2021, is still trying to get information on why his wife was killed, and the many people who could likely bring context to the situation have not been arrested or even identified. This, although hundreds of “insurrectionists” have been arrested for miniscule charges.
Aaron Babbitt has pointed out that only two of the people who were around Ashli at the time of her killing have been arrested, and dozens of others haven’t even been contacted. Six have not even been identified, at least not publicly.
“To look into these people would go against what they’re trying to do,” Aaron said, “which is to just forget about Ashli and just look the other way. ‘Pay no attention to what’s going on over there.’ So they don’t want these people. They probably don’t want to find them. Whether they are government actors or informants or whatever, they don’t want to really find those people.”
Aside from that, Aaron also said the scene processing was severely lacking that day, with officers walking through blood, leaving footprints in the hall. “I don’t think there was any investigation on the scene. Nothing,” he said. “They just took the videos, what they were, and used their own videos that they won’t show anybody.” On top of that, Aaron said, “They didn’t even have the decency to give her any dignity. They wheeled her out there bare chested in front of the world.”
There are reportedly six main suspects that Aaron said could help shed more light on what happened surrounding Ashli’s killing. While they remain unidentified, people on the internet have given them nicknames based on their photos at the time of the incident. They appear below in order of appearance on the FBI’s most wanted January 6 “Capitol Violence” list.
The list starts at 300, which means that 299 other people from the incident at the Capitol are more important to the FBI than these six who are seen on multiple videos near Ashli, and who could help Aaron (and the rest of the nation) get closure on what actually happened with her killing.
At number 300, one man is known as #RedOnRedGlasses, who can be seen in the video below throwing a 2X4 through a window on the west side of the Capitol. This man can be seen on video right next to Ashli when she climbs through the window, right before she is shot. He is also seen yelling at officers as they carry her body out of the hallway.
First broken window West Side of Capitol done by same guy in red jacket that we have been trying to identify for 10 months. Same guy was standing beside Ashli in Speaker's Lobby. pic.twitter.com/lpOIkWQkIj
— Justice For Ashli Babbitt (@ForAshli) January 18, 2022
At number 301 is known as #WhiteLogoInsider or #Ninja. Ashli fell at his feet after she was shot. This man had to duck when Capitol Police Containment Emergency Response Team (CERT) charged down the hallway in response to the shots being fired, as they didn’t know at the time who fired. This man has his hands up while others are rendering aid to Ashli. He’s seen again later talking to “a plainclothes Sergeant at Arms agent in the hallway corner.”
Number 302 on the list is known as #TwoBlueJacket, who was standing next to Ashli when she was begging the police to call for backup. Police move aside, and he thrusts his right shoulder into the door in an attempt to open it. The Epoch Times reported that he “appears to flash some kind of hand signals while Babbitt is shouting at the officers.”
He disappears from the camera at this point, right before she is shot. He’s later seen carrying a backpack somewhere else on the Capitol.
Number 303 is known as #HuskyMarioInsider. He was seen on video near Ashli, shouting at police. He was reportedly telling police to let the protesters into the Speaker’s Lobby. Right before Alam punches the window, he is heard saying, “We don’t want to hurt nobody. We just want to go in the House!”
Next is number 304, #MrFlyEyes, is seen on video trying to kick in the Speaker’s Lobby door. He’s seen next to Alam kicking at the left side of the double doors while Alam hits the glass with a helmet.
New Images! Please share across all platforms. Do you Know this man?? Please contact the FBI with Photo 304 #MrFlyEyes #DCRiot #CapitolRiot #DomesticTerrorism https://t.co/31k4N1IGFI #DoYouKnow Note not all images from Jan 6th pic.twitter.com/HJga7AMm59
— #SeditionHunters (@SeditionHunters) November 8, 2021
The last man Aaron would like to see identified and found is known as #GadsdenFlagMan, and he doesn’t appear to be on the FBI’s list. He is seen on video standing behind Alam while he’s breaking the glass. When the police step away from the doors, this man kicks the doors, trying to open them. He stays in the hallway until Ashli’s body is carries away by CERT members. He is wearing a surgical mask the vast majority of his time on camera.
“That should be looked into, their identities,” Hansen told the Epoch Times, “because they could easily be federal informants. There’s a reason why they didn’t show up on the FBI’s list—only some of them did—and even those that have haven’t been properly identified. If people are looking for federal informants or federal agitators of any sort, they should really pay attention to the Ashli Babbitt video closely.”
Red Voice Media previously reported that one protester who was near Ashli, Zachary Alam, who had punched a hole through the Speaker’s Lobby window next to double doors. Alam was going through the window first, but stopped to fix his glasses. “He was about to go through that window,” independent journalist Taylor Hansen said. “It was his idea. He was the one shattering it.”
The Epoch Times reported that Alam “portrayed himself that day as being a member of the Proud Boys, but comments he made to Hansen earlier that day don’t indicate a patriotic disposition.”
Reportedly, Alam said to Hansen, “This is insane, bro. We’d love to [expletive] revolutionize the whole world. It’s the repetition of what happened decades and centuries ago and it’s repeating itself. It’s going down right now!”
Last week, Hansen said, “The reality of it is, Ashli wasn’t a violent person. She was a good person, but they’ve demonized her to become this domestic terrorist that she never has been. She served her country for 14 years. That’s just insane to me that they can actually get away with pushing this narrative. They’ve done that by suppressing first-hand witnesses like me.”