Does The Media Know Who Shot Ashli Babbitt?

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Does the media know who shot Ashli Babbitt?

Piers Morgan thinks so.

Piers Morgan penned an Op-ed for the Daily Mail saying that he knows who killed Ashli Babbitt and he suspects other news outlets do as well.

From The Daily Mail:

The identity of the Capitol Police officer who shot the MAGA rioter on camera on January 6 has remained one of the most closely guarded secrets in America.

But I know who it is.

I know his name, his age, his rank, his family status and his service record.

I know all this because DailyMail.com journalists did their job and found out, as I am sure have journalists from other news organizations.

Although I’m equally sure that many prestigious left-leaning news organizations – who ought to know better – have probably not even bothered.

The Capitol Police’s general counsel asked the Daily Mail not to release the name yet:

When DailyMail.com asked for confirmation of his identity, Thomas DiBiase, General Counsel for the Capitol Police, wrote back requesting that we ‘refrain’ from naming the officer involved ‘until the conclusion of the ongoing investigation,’ citing ‘threats a number of Capitol Police officers have received in connection with the events of January 6th.’

So, now we know that the media almost certainly knows the name of the officer who shot Ashli Babbitt.

If a left-wing protester was shot would the media have leaked the name by now?

There is almost no question they would have.

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