More truth about the Pelosi, the Department of IN-JUSTICE, the FBI, the U.S. Capitol and D.C. Police setup of J6 political prisoners — they were the ones exercising the violence against the protestors — not the other way around.
Not only with rubber bullets aimed at heads at close range but with flash bang grenades raining down on people catching some on fire.
USCP Inspector Thomas Loyd Commanded Cops To Fire Munitions At Peaceful Protesters on Jan. 6 LIES And Cries To Judge Kelly During Proud Boys Sentencing Hearing
US Capitol Police Inspector Thomas Loyd Jr., who ordered the initial command for cops to spray lethal munitions during the Capitol riot “completely fabricated” a narrative about protesters waging a “terror attack” against police to District Federal Judge Timothy Kelly in federal court. This took place before this week’s sentencing hearing for Proud Boys Joe Biggs, Ethan Nordean, Zach Rehl, Dominic Pezzola and Enrique Tarrio.In an effort to persuade Judge Kelly to add terror enhancement to the defendant’s sentences, Loyd alongside U.S. Capitol Police Officer Shae Cooney Mark Ode broke down in tears claiming they were traumatized victims of an insurrection that was planned and orchestrated by the former Proud Boys leaders who were found guilty of seditious conspiracy.
J6 attendees who claim they tried to help police officers or enticed police to join them in stopping the certification of the election are using the same tactics as domestic abusers trying to sweet talk their victims, Inspector Loyd argued in a victim impact statement.
“After [protesters] lost the line at Peace Circle, they established another police line at the base of the Lower West Terrace. This wasn’t good enough for the mob… they attacked [again]. I witnessed the most violent fighting in my 33-year career,” he told the judge, noting MPD officers responded without protective gear.
Loyd claimed his officers were attacked with “hammers,” “frozen water bottles,” and “poles” among other weapons and insisted police not only “the saved lives” of members of Congress, but rescued protesters that were in the fray.
“The mob made their way to the House chamber. Once again, myself and just a handful of officers established a police line at the House main door. One of my officers made a valiant attempt to reason with dozens of angry protesters, who once again breached our police line,” he said. “The strength of the door saved several protesters who would have been shot if that door had been breached.”
Lloyd recalled evacuating members of Congress while rioters breached the East side of the Capitol building.
“One protester tragically lost her life” during this breach, he noted, in reference to slain Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt. He then disputed allegations that police officers waved protesters into the building.
“A recent video emerged alleging my officers were ‘tour guides’ from 12:53 p.m. to approx 6 p.m.,” he said. “The mob was in control of the exterior. From 2:10 to 4:30, the mob controlled the interior. When a mob controls one-third of the US government, you’ll see disturbing videos of police being at the mercy of rioters.
“Some defendants have stated they assisted my personnel. This is the same method used by domestic violence [perpetrators] when they want to attack their victims.”
Enrique Tarrio, who was not in Washington DC during the Capitol riot. Joseph Biggs, Zachary Rehl and Ethan Nordean committed no violent crimes during the riot as they dodged rubber bullets, flash grenades and canisters of tear gas that police indiscriminately fired at demonstrators. They then walked through the Capitol building for approximately 20 minutes.
Dominic Pezzola found a police shield on the ground that he contends he used for protection during the blitz of lethal munitions by police and in a moment of rage, broke a window on the Senate wing side of the Capitol building before he walked through the building for approximately,
The government is seeking a 33-year prison sentence for Tarrio, 33 years for Joseph Biggs; 30 years for Zachary Rehl; 27 years for Nordean, and 20 years for Pezzola, the only defendant not convicted of seditious conspiracy.
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