Footage allegedly showing the brutal deaths of Jan. 6 protesters Ashli Babbitt and Rosanne Boyland was reportedly edited out of the House select committee’s evidence shown during its prime-time telecast.
British filmmaker Nick Quested took the stand as a key witness for the committee and showed video footage of the protest. But scenes showing the deaths of the two protesters were apparently left out of the presentation.
An unedited version of Quested’s footage was released by an unnamed source to the public painting an entirely different picture of events that day. The video purportedly shows never-before-seen footage of Rosanne Boyland and Ashli’s Babbitt’s bodies. Individuals are seen trying to save Boyland’s life while other images show police hauling away Babbitt’s body.
“The harder the January 6th Committee pushes their phony narrative, the more their deceit will reveal itself,” Tina Ryan of Citizens Against Political Persecution proclaimed according to Gateway Pundit.
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“The January 6th Committee maliciously and deceptively edited Nick Quested’s footage,” attorney Joseph McBride contended, according to the outlet. “It was for the specific purpose of casting the events of that day in the worst possible light, which is exactly how the Department of Justice introduces evidence in court.”
The footage provided by Quested appears to have been selectively edited to make Trump supporters look unhinged and violent. The committee had promoted “never-before-seen footage” leading up to the videographer’s presentation but this footage was not part of the propaganda presented to the American people.
Footage of protestors trying to save Roseanne Boyland's life and of their scolding the police for murdering Ashli Babbitt was removed because it doesn't support the official narrative. pic.twitter.com/eTACtkDiBL
— Joseph D. McBride, Esq. (@McBrideLawNYC) June 10, 2022
“They omitted footage that shows protestors coming to the aid of Rosanne Boyland,” McBride charged. “These men fought to save her life, tried to resuscitate her after she lost consciousness, and watched her die. All of this speaks to the state of mind of the people in the crowd. All of this supports the conclusion that protestors had a right to defend themselves and each other from abject police brutality. The committee does not want the public to know about any of this. And that is exactly why the committee removed these powerful scenes from their presentation.”
Protesters allegedly witnessed DC police beating Boyland with a stick and then preventing people from trying to help her, according to the Washington Examiner.
“That is a crime, an arrestable offense,” Stanley Kephart, CEO of Intelligence Based Integrated Security Systems, stated. “If you have a trained officer who is angry at what the crowd is doing and the crowd rises up and puts him in a position where he feels his personal safety is compromised, fear begins to take over the anger, and the reflexive response throws the training right out the window.”
Boyland is thought to have collapsed near the mouth of the lower west terrace tunnel at the Capitol. Protesters tried to get help from officers. Boyland’s friend, Justin Winchell, begged for someone to help her. “My God! She’s dead! She’s dead!” he yelled at 4:26 p.m., according to reports.
— 3sidedstory 🇺🇲 (@3sidedstory) April 29, 2022
A protester threw a large wooden stick at a police officer, who used the stick to strike protester Luke Coffee and deliver a blow to Boyland’s ribs as well as two hits to her head despite her being motionless on the ground.
According to reports from that day, officers moved a seemingly unconscious Boyland inside the Capitol at around 4:31 p.m., where they began undertaking resuscitation efforts, including CPR and using what appeared to be a defibrillator, trying to resuscitate her.
Boyland did not arrive at the hospital until 6 p.m. and was pronounced dead at 6:09 p.m. according to the Washington Examiner.
Exactly 2 hours after Ashli Babbitt was shot and killed by a Capitol police officer, DC and Capitol cops tried to resuscitate another woman who had been assaulted by police.
This is why Biden regime wants all video kept under wraps: pic.twitter.com/fT0eg2O5no
— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) April 29, 2022
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