USA 2020 Elections: Thread

grarpamp grarpamp at
Wed Aug 4 19:33:15 PDT 2021

Seems that a second protester, Roseanne Boyland,
was somehow killed via police involvement on Jan6...

Unfortunately, Philip Anderson, the witness with video of the events,
is not able to share this on social media because the tech giants have
deleted his accounts and his voice online.
He is also a Black Trump supporter which surely would not fit the
narrative of Democrats that the Left Media Censors and Manipulators
love to help spin.

In July The Gateway Pundit confirmed that Capitol Hill Police Lt. Mike
Byrd was Ashli Babbit’s shooter.
The Democrats, Pelosi, the Deep State, dirtbag FBI Director Chris
Wray, and the mainstream fake-news media have all been protecting Lt.
Mike Byrd.
They are all protecting a cold-blooded killer and see nothing wrong with it.

Judicial Watch: New Documents reveal the DC Office of the Chief
Medical Examiner Submitted a Request to Cremate Ashli Babbitt Two Days
after Gaining Custody of Her Body

(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today that it received 1160
pages of documents from Washington, DC’s Office of the Chief Medical
Examiner (OCME) related to Air Force veteran and San Diego native
Ashli Babbitt. These new documents reveal that OCME submitted a
request for permission to cremate Babbitt only two days after taking
custody of her body and that ‘due to the “high profile nature” of
Babbitt’s case, Deputy Chief Medical Examiner Francisco Diaz requested
that a secure electronic file with limited access be created for
Babbitt’s records.

Additionally, Babbitt’s fingerprints were emailed to a person
supposedly working for the DC government, which resulted in Microsoft
“undeliverable” messages written in Chinese characters being returned.

Babbitt was shot and killed by an unidentified law enforcement officer
as she attempted to climb through a broken interior window in the
Capitol Building, located outside the Speaker’s Lobby off the House
Floor during the January 6 disturbance. She was unarmed. At the time
of the shooting, several officers reportedly can be seen in videos,
standing in the crowd of protestors in which Babbitt was present.

The records were obtained in response to a Freedom of Information Act
(FOIA) lawsuit concerning two FOIA requests submitted by Judicial
Watch on April 8, 2021 to the Metropolitan Police Department and the
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for records related to Babbitt’s
death (Judicial Watch v. The District of Columbia (No. 2021 CA 001710

The newly obtained records reveal:

    On January 8, 2021, at 7:13 p.m., an application to cremate the
body of Babbitt is labeled “completed successfully.” Copies of the
permit are sent to OCME officials Kimberli Hall and SaVern Fripp, as
well as Melinda Smith, Jennifer Love, Lisa Tabron, Jeanette Belle, and
Perlieshia Gales.

    In a January 6, 2021, email sent at 9:48 p.m. from OCME official
Denise Lyles to medical examiner Francisco Diaz, the subject line is,
“Case #21-00106 ID Confirmed.” [Case 21-00106 was Ashli Babbitt’s file

    On January 6, 2021, at 9:43 p.m., Lyles emails OCME official Dr.
Jennifer Love an attachment with the message, “I am updating the
information we received from IAD [Internal Affairs Division] re the
confirmed ID for OCME Case #21-00106 [Ashli Babbitt’s case]. These are
the prints that returned from the FBI, that the detectives from IAD
provided. I dropped them in the e-case file. Their names are noted

Lyles appears to have forwarded the file after having received it at
9:33 p.m. on January 6 from someone (whose name is redacted) within
the Prince George’s County, MD, Police Criminal Investigation
Division, assigned to the “Homicide Unit – FBI/Cross Border Task
Force.” The file had been sent to that person at 9:30 p.m. on January
6 from someone with the email address [email protected].

    On January 6, 2021, at 7:42 p.m., OCME official Jamie Spann
emailed a scanned file called “21-00106 FBI Submission Form” to Grant
Greenwalt, Manager of the Crime Scenes Sciences unit of the DC
Department of Forensic Sciences, as well as someone with the email
address [email protected], and copying medical examiners Francisco
Diaz and Jennifer Love, asking, “Please run the attached prints.” This
document contained Ashli Babbitt’s fingerprints.

Greeenwalt forwards the request to David Chumbley, an officer of the
DC Police Department. Chumbley forwards the prints on from his iPhone
at 8:06 p.m. on January 6 to someone identified as Jamese Kororma
within the DC government. The email sent to “Jamese Kororma” resulted
in multiple Microsoft “undeliverable” messages being returned, written
in what appear to be Chinese characters.

    On January 7, 2021, Forensics photographer Matthew Brown emailed
OCME colleagues regarding Babbitt’s case with “High” importance,”
stating, “Due to the high-profile nature of case 21-00106, Dr. Diaz
has requested limited access to this case. Please create a secure
folder on the photo server for case 21-00106 and provide access only
to the following OCME staff: Dr. Mitchell, Dr. Diaz, Anna Francis,
Matthew Brown.”

Brown adds, “Currently there are no images or folders on the photo
server for this case. The images are being held on the OCME archiving
server until a secure folder is created.”

Michael Coleman, OCME’s Chief Information Officer, responded two hours
later, “The requested directory has been created with the stipulated
access granted. Please let me know if any additional adjustments are

Brown replies, “Thank you Mike. The case photos are now available on
the server.”

Responding separately to Coleman, OCME Records Manager Anna Francis
says, “I have restricted the e-case file as well. For work purposes,
the following groups have access, please let me know if permissions
should be limited further: 1. Anna Francis; 2. MLI Investigations; 3.
Medical Examiners; 4. Michael Coleman; 5. Roger Mitchell; 6.
QC-n-RecMgmt; 7. Investigators.”

    In a January 14, 2021, email from Deputy Chief Toxicologist
Stephen Raso to OCME colleague Samantha Tolliver with the subject
“Capital Riot Cases,” Raso states, “See attached prelim results.”

    In a February 2, 2021, email from OCME official Andrea Pugh to
medical examiner Dr. Francisco Diaz, Pugh indicated that the
preliminary toxicology report on Babbitt was completed.

    On January 13, 2021, Dr. Francisco Diaz emailed Chief Medical
Examiner/Deputy Mayor Roger Mitchell with the note, “21-00106:
COD-Gunshot wound to left anterior shoulder. MOD-Homicide.” Note: COD
is “Cause of Death” and MOD means “Manner of Death.”

    The OCME did not release cause and manner of Babbitt’s death until
April 7, 2021:

Ashli Babbitt, 35 years old:

Cause of Death – Gunshot wound to the left anterior shoulder

Manner of Death – Homicide

    In a January 8, 2021, email, Lead Forensic Investigator Rebecca
Wood tells OCME officials, “I spoke with the family for the above case
and her legal last name is ‘Babbitt.’ CMS has been updated to reflect
this change, please update the death certificate as well.”

    In a January 8, 2021, email sent at 3:45 p.m., OCME official
Denise Lyles messages her OCME colleagues with the subject “Capitol
Incident Cases,” and notes “FYI, all the cases from the Capitol
Incident all Identifications have been confirmed,” adding, “Ashli
Elizabeth Pamatian aka A. Babbitt – partner/husband notified.”

    The records include identification records for “Ashli Elizabeth
Pamatian,” including a copy of an FBI fingerprint submission card, a
State Department visa check record “for identification purposes,” and
a separate FBI fingerprint submission card that indicated that the
“Official Taking Fingerprints” in the Babbitt case was “E. Betts.”

Additionally, Babbitt’s body was listed as “Unidentified female” and “WF.”

The DC government form included in the records states: “The District
of Columbia Office of Chief Medical Examiner has recovered human
remains and is requesting AFIS fingerprint database searches for
identification purposes,” and the “transaction type” on the form
indicates “Unidentified Deceased (DEU Transaction).

The comments section notes, “Please attempt to identify this
unidentified female who was discovered deceased on 01/06/2021 in
Washington, DC.” The form asks the response to be faxed to OCME.
official Jennifer Love. An X-ray log sheet indicates that three
“LODOX” images of Babbitt’s body were taken by a technician with the
initials RK.

    In an email on January 18, 2021, Deputy Chief Medical Examiner
Francisco Diaz sends an attachment with Babbitt’s case file number to
OCME officials Kristina Giese and Kimberly Golden stating, “Please
review this homicide.”

    In an email on March 1, 2021, OCME official Cheryle Adams messaged
colleagues Beverly Fields and Dr. Francisco Diaz (copying Mayor’s
office spokeswoman Olivia Dedner), advising them that she was
providing an updated spreadsheet of reporters seeking information on
the people who died at “the January 6, 2021, Insurrection at the

“There is intense public interest in the shooting of Ashli Babbitt at
the Capitol on January 6,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
“The continued secrecy and delayed release of information about the
shooting death of Ashli Babbitt are suspicious and smacks of politics.
That Americans still have no information about who killed her or any
police report about her death is a scandal of epic proportions.”

The Metropolitan Police Department has not yet responded to Judicial
Watch’s FOIA request. This document release is part of Judicial
Watch’s ongoing investigation into the January 6 disturbance.

In March, Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit against the District of
Columbia for documents about the death of Capitol Police Officer Brian
Sicknick. Pressure from this lawsuit helped lead to the disclosure
that Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died of natural causes.

Judicial Watch also filed lawsuits for U.S. Capitol Police emails and
video related to the riot and for Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s
communications with the Pentagon in the days after the January 6

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