FBI Discreetly Unveiled Unclassified Documents on Ashli Babbitt

As millions of Americans were captivated by the solar eclipse, the FBI discreetly unveiled unclassified documents on Ashli Babbitt, the Air Force veteran fatally shot by a Capitol Police officer on January 6th.

The FBI released a heavily redacted 69-page dossier on April 8th, shedding light on Ashli Babbitt’s death, her military service, and various testimonies regarding her character.

Page three of the document stated, “BABBITT is deceased, and therefore, this case is not being nominated to TSDB.”

TSDB stands for “the terrorist screening data.”

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 FBI’s reference to the TSDB indicates that they viewed Americans inside the Capitol as “terrorists” rather than fellow American citizens expressing frustration over the way the 2020 election was conducted.

Interestingly, the document failed to mention Capitol Police Officer Lt. Michael Byrd, instead broadly stating that Babbitt was “shot by police.”

Further into the document, the FBI offers a concise summary of Babbitt’s personal details, including her fingerprints, DMV records, and specifics about her military service.

Numerous pages were heavily censored that contained “anonymous tips” submitted by unnamed individuals via the FBI’s tip line.

TAKE A LOOK:

A single page in the document featured an interview with an individual whose name had been redacted. That person described Babbitt as a very outgoing and loving person who loved her family and country.

Get The Free News Addicts Newsletter

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

In the same interview, the person stated Ashli would “never go after someone physically.”

TAKE A LOOK:

Share your thoughts by scrolling down to leave a comment.

By Hunter Fielding
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x