Ashli Babbit, a 14-year veteran, who served four tours with the US Air Force, and was a high level security official throughout her time in service. This is how the nation she served thanked her.
WASHINGTON (KUSI) — The woman who was shot and killed inside the US Capitol during the protests was from the San Diego area.
KUSI News has spoken with her husband.
The woman is Ashli Babbit, a 14-year veteran, who served four tours with the US Air Force, and was a high level security official throughout her time in service.
Her husband says she was a strong supporter of President Trump, and was a great patriot to all who knew her.
The Metropolitan Police Department says an investigation into her death continues.
KUSI sends our condolences to her family and all who knew her.
We watched for months while Democrats burned, rioted and looted major cities across America. Police didn’t kill anyone.
One peaceful protest opposing the biggest election coup in history and two people were shot? And no one is talking about this?
We’re done as a country.
A woman was shot by the neck in the US Capitol Building during the skirmishes between the protestors and the security pic.twitter.com/8HvYq2xyGW
— Ragıp Soylu (@ragipsoylu) January 6, 2021
The woman shot in the neck inside U.S. Capitol Building has been pronounced dead.
DC police have confirmed her death and will be taking over the investigation, as the nature of her death is unknown.
There have been multiple injuries. pic.twitter.com/duITKzAS0D
— Affinity Magazine (@TheAffinityMag) January 6, 2021
GRAPHIC: A woman at the Capitol occupation appears to have been shot in this video. Blood comes out of her mouth. pic.twitter.com/d32S1tXtII
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) January 6, 2021
DC police literally opened the “breached” gates to let Trump supporters
Does this seem like a setup to anyone else? pic.twitter.com/1VCkmpICb2
— Rogan O’Handley 🇺🇸 (@DC_Draino) January 6, 2021
— Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) January 6, 2021
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