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Babbitt, a 35-year-old California native, and more than a dozen others appeared to be trying to get into the Speaker’s Lobby, a hallway that would have given them access to the House of Representatives chamber, according to a Post analysis of video footage and plans of the Capitol. A second clip, recorded approximately three minutes before the shooting, appears to show lawmakers and officials in the Speaker’s Lobby, just yards from Babbitt and others trying to get through.
Ashe lawmakers and officials were being evacuated, one rioter wearing a fur-lined hat repeatedly punched the doorway’s glass panels immediately behind the officers, creating extensive damage, the video footage shows. Babbitt, who was wearing a Trump flag as a cape, can be seen in the video footage acting in an agitated manner and remonstrating with officers.
At one point John Sullivan, a controversial self-described liberal activist who shoots video at a range of protests and who filmed the footage on Wednesday, is heard warning an officer that additional rioters may be on their way. On Jan. 14, after this story and video were published, federal authorities charged Sullivan with obstructing law enforcement, knowingly entering a restricted building and engaging in disorderly or disruptive conduct on the Capitol grounds.
Another man, wearing a red Trump hat, told the officers, “We backed you guys in the summer. At this point, one officer guarding the door said to the others, “They’re ready to roll,” and gestured to them to come with him, the video shows.
With the door clear of law enforcement, some rioters renewed their efforts to break through. One used a helmet, and another tried with a flagpole. Around this time, the departing officers were met by colleagues wearing helmets and armed with rifles, who had arrived from a stairwell behind Babbitt and the rioters, according to other video posted to social media.
An officer on the other side, who was wearing a suit and a surgical mask, immediately shot Babbitt in the neck. Some officers tended to Babbitt while others yelled at rioters to clear the area, so she could receive treatment.
“She’s a small business owner in California and felt (much like others) that she was being wronged,” McEntee wrote in a text message. Justin Juvenal, Carol D. Leaning, Attar Mira, Aaron Steckelberg and Lauren Tierney contributed reporting.
The team posted a similar video last week of its facilities being stripped of previous names, logos and slogans. In addition to the ongoing rebranding efforts, the team will also now play a season at FedEx field without fans, which was officially announced on Wednesday.
The Washington Football Team is scheduled to begin its season at home against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 13. They then stop at the iconic arch at the main entrance of the Greenwich Village park at about 3:20 a.m. and speak with someone who is sitting on a City bike, the footage shows.
Surveillance video from inside the deli shows a 22-year-old woman under attack, defending herself from punches and beer bottles thrown by a group of men and women. It happened on July 7 inside a store at the corner of Amsterdam Avenue and West 163rd Street.
Police have identified three suspects in a July 7, 2021, attack at a Washington Heights deli. Her stepfather saw her getting hit and ran inside to defend her, but the group brutally ganged up on him, too.
Police have identified at least three of the suspects: 21-year-old Devote Phillips, 22-year-old Yuan Dupont and 26-year-old Tyrone Lawrence. As police ask for help finding at least six suspects in their 20s, the victim’s family is understandably traumatized, wondering how a trip to the corner deli almost turned deadly.
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According to the report, citing D.C. fire spokesman Doug Buchanan, four people were stabbed and hospitalized, possibly with life-threatening injuries. Two more people were found lying on a sidewalk and picked up by ambulances, according to the report.
Law enforcement personnel had declared a riot at around 1.30 pm Saturday, after the demonstrators began to clash. Earlier, thousands of protesters gathered in the US capital after the Texas lawsuit to overthrow the election results in four states, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia and Wisconsin, was rejected by the US Supreme Court.
The MAGA (Make America Great Again) march, the second one after the November election, attracted thousands of Trump supporters. The first MAGA-march held in the US capital a month ago resulted in numerous altercations and at least 20 arrests.
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