Her name was Ashli Babbitt and the whole world saw her fall to the ground, shot on Wednesday. The police had killed her during the assault on the US Capital. Just a few hours earlier, an excited Babbit was tweeting vigorously before breaking into the government building Nothing will stop us, the storm has come. On her Twitter account, she introduced herself as ex-combatant and libertarian.
Recently She had retweeted numerous messages from people like her who were traveling to Washington to respond to Donald Trump’s call.Her mother-in-law couldn’t believe it I’m devastated,her mother-in-law, Robin Babbitt, told the NY Post, no one notified us of her death, we found out on television.
KNOW IN DETAIL, WHO WAS ASHLI BABBIT
Babbitt was a veteran of the US Air Force, with 14 years of service under her belt, during which she made four deployments and had a high level of security access. She lived near San Diego, California, with her husband. He himself has confirmed to the local San Diego network News that his wife was a huge follower of Trump and a great patriot to everyone who knew her.
The Police have launched an investigation to clarify the circumstances of her death. A video released in the media shows Babbitt lying on the ground and bleeding profusely from her neck, where she was hit by the shot that killed her.The images of the assault show how members of the Capital’s security and police officers drew and pointed their weapons at protesters who were trying to access the room where the plenary session was held. The session was interrupted and the congressmen evacuated.
Nothing will stop us, you can try but the storm is here and will descend on Washington DC in less than 24 hours from darkness to light, one of her latest tweets.
This Thursday the first details about the other three deceased were known.They are Benjamin Phillips and Ri (Pennsylvania), Kevin Greeson of Athens, Alabama, and Rosanne Boyland of Kennesaw, Georgia. This was announced by the head of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, Robert Contee III, at a press conference in which he did not give details about the specific circumstances of the deaths.