Biden’s FBI Charged With Jan 6 Coverup In Ashli Babbitt Shooting Case

 February 4, 2024

Judicial Watch, a prominent watchdog organization, has initiated legal proceedings against the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The lawsuit alleges the FBI is concealing details about the death of Ashli Babbitt, who was killed during the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021.

Ashli Babbitt's death has become a focal point of contention and tragedy stemming from the chaotic events at the Capitol. The unarmed Babbitt was fatally shot by Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd as she attempted to breach the Speaker's Lobby, sparking a myriad of questions and concerns about the circumstances leading to her death.

Judicial Watch, representing Babbitt's widower Aaron Babbitt, has been relentless in seeking transparency and accountability. The organization's Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the FBI underscores a struggle for access to crucial information that could shed light on the incident. This legal action represents the second attempt by Judicial Watch to compel the FBI to release records concerning Babbitt and her husband, following a lack of compliance with previous requests. Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, expressed the gravity of their mission, stating, "Judicial Watch and our supporters are honored to represent Ashli’s steadfast widower Aaron Babbitt and her estate in this legal action. Ashli was shot in cold blood, and the rule of law requires justice for her."

Despite the controversy surrounding her death, Lt. Byrd defended his actions as a necessary last resort, a stance that has only fueled further debate and scrutiny. His promotion following the incident has also raised eyebrows, contributing to the polarized perspectives on the events of January 6. Judicial Watch's persistence highlights a broader concern about governmental transparency and accountability. The organization's $30 million wrongful death lawsuit against the government, filed on behalf of Babbitt's estate, underscores a desperate plea for answers and justice.

New video footage brings fresh scrutiny

A recently uncovered video angle of Babbitt's shooting offers new insights into the moments leading up to her death. This footage appears to show Babbitt being pushed toward the Speaker's Lobby before Lt. Byrd's fatal shot, adding complexity to the narrative of that day's events.

The autopsy report, confirming a gunshot wound to the left shoulder as the cause of death, has done little to quell the controversy. Instead, it has further entrenched the demand for a thorough and transparent investigation into the circumstances surrounding Babbitt's demise, Washington Examiner reported.

The FBI's silence in response to the FOIA requests — not only from Judicial Watch but also inquiries from the Justice Department's Office of Information Policy — has been interpreted by some as evasive. This lack of communication has only intensified suspicions and allegations of a cover-up, leaving many to wonder about the integrity of the investigation and the motivations behind the FBI's reticence. Tom Fitton's assertion that the FBI has illicitly concealed files on Ashli Babbitt underscores a profound distrust in the institution's handling of the case. "Ashli Babbitt was the only homicide victim on Jan. 6, yet the FBI has been illicitly hiding its files on Ashli Babbitt from her family for a year. Why the cover-up?" he questions, voicing a sentiment echoed by many seeking answers.


The timeline of events, from Babbitt's tragic death to the ongoing legal battles, paints a picture of a nation grappling with the fallout of a deeply divisive incident. Judicial Watch's lawsuit against the FBI, filed on February 3, 2023, marks a significant escalation in the quest for transparency and justice.

As the legal proceedings unfold, the broader implications of the case resonate far beyond the courtroom. They touch upon the essential principles of accountability, the right to information, and the pursuit of truth in a democratic society.

The lawsuit by Judicial Watch against the FBI over the refusal to release files related to Ashli Babbitt's death encapsulates a critical moment in the ongoing examination of the January 6 events.

It underscores the enduring struggle for transparency, accountability, and justice in a case that continues to captivate and divide the nation.

About Victor Winston

Victor is a freelance writer and researcher who focuses on national politics, geopolitics, and economics.

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