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The U.S. Capitol Police officer who fatally shot Ashli Babbitt in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot will not face criminal charges, the Justice Department said Wednesday. 

The department determined there was not sufficient evidence to appoint a criminal prosecutor to the case, according to a statement from the department’s U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.

The 35-year-old Babbitt was attempting to enter a broken window on a door into the Speaker’s Lobby on the House side of the U.S. Capitol Building when she was shot, in a chaotic scene, captured on bystander video, that showed demonstrators trying to getting into the lobby, off the House floor, when members frequently gather.

The U.S. Capitol Police officer who shot Babbitt has yet to be identified.

“An officer inside the Speaker’s Lobby fired one round from his service pistol, striking Ms. Babbitt in the left shoulder, causing her to fall back from the doorway and onto the floor,” the one-page report states. “The focus of the criminal investigation was to determine whether federal prosecutors could prove that the officer violated any federal laws.”

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Thomas Massie Plays Video of Potential Fed Encouraging Jan 6 Capitol Invasion

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The individual encouraging people to go into the Capitol has not been arrested.

THIS WHOLE THING WAS PLANNED AND IMPLEMENTED BY OUR OWN GOVERNMENT;

Bingo it’s so obvious even dementia Joe Biden could figure that one out;

Over here in Europe we follow this, and we saw the videos, and there is only ONE conclusion…this stinks as a rotten fish, indeed, planned and implemented by the Fake government of Biden and his thugs. The world is watching this;

You bet it was. Similar to the Russia collusion hoax it was all created by the Dems and the MSM covered and shilled for them;

He has not been arrested because he is most likely FBI CIA or DOJ maybe capitol police!: Followers’ Comments.

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VIDEO: Capitol Cop charged in January 6th Capitol breach

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Officer Michael Riley was arrested and charged this weekend with obstruction of justice over allegations that he encouraged a participant of the January 6th Capitol breach to delete social media posts.

Capitol COP charged in January 6th breach

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VIDEO: US Treasury Deputy Secretary Threatens: Shortage Will Continue Until we all get Vaxx

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Supply chain shortage won’t end until we all get Vaxx Shipping executives say shortage could continue until December 2022 at the earliest

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