On Monday’s broadcast of FNC’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Terrell Roberts, an attorney for the family of Ashli Babbitt, the woman who was shot and killed by a police officer during the January 6 U.S. Capitol Riot, verbally expressed he believed he now kens the identity of the officer responsible for the shooting.
Up until now, the officer had not been identified, but Roberts told host Tucker Carlson it was his “belief” it was identically tantamount officer that had anteriorly left his firearm unattended in a U.S. Capitol bathroom.
“That’s my notion,” Roberts replied. “That’s my credence.” Roberts would not notionally theorize as to why the officials were obnubilating the officer’s identity but suggested if Babbitt had been brandishing her own firearm, the alleged shooter would have been identified and perhaps even accoladed by now.
“I don’t ken,” he verbally expressed. “But I cerebrate one of the reasons why they’re obnubilating his identity is they don’t have a good explication for the shooting. I cerebrate that if Ashli Babbitt had been brandishing a firearm and she was shot, the officer would be identified by now, and they would be painting a medal on him. I don’t cerebrate they have a good explication for this shooting, and that’s why they haven’t identified him.”
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