Sad, what was she doing there?
Why is that important?
Oh, what I'd give to sit on that jury!!!
I don't know if it's important or not, I'm just curious why she was there. Did she work there, was she a tourist, was she security or was she part of the mob?
I believe she was there to protest, but here is a little of her history:
Babbitt, 35, was raised in a mostly apolitical family near San Diego, California. In 2004, she enlisted in the United States Air Force, where she served 12 years; Babbitt was deployed at least eight times by 2014, including in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, and Qatar; from 2010 onward, she served in the Air National Guard. Six of her years in service were spent in a "Capital Guardians" unit of the District of Columbia Air National Guard, whose mandate is to defend the Washington D.C. region and quell civil unrest. In 2014 Babbitt served as a "mentor" to less-experienced airmen about to go on their first deployment.
Peaceful protest is the right of any human.
If this country is to fail, they can start by killing its heroes/heroines.🤥
from what little I have read about her she certainly seems to fit the heroine title
Gerry Spence's motive was to make sure Randy Weaver got a fair trial and he did.
Ashli will never get her day in court but perhaps her family and lawyers will get it for her. They are suing the United States Government for 30 million dollars.
I hope the truth will out. --------------------------------Ray