[WorldNetDaily] An analysis of videos of the death of Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt at the U.S. Capitol indicates Antifa activists provoked the fatal gunshot from a police officer.
Japanese investigator Misako Ganaha explained in a video interview with Epoch Times reporter Joshua Philipp on his “Crossroads” program that she analyzed two lengthy videos, affording two different angles of the incident near the House chamber.
One of the videos was posted by a “Jayden X,” who was later identified as Antifa organizer John Sullivan of Utah.
D.C. police said the unnamed officer who shot Babbitt, a 35-year-old San Diego resident, was a plainclothes Capitol Police officer.
Ganaha pointed out to that just prior to the shooting, two men who had been agitating the crowd broke the glass on a set of doors.
Immediately after the glass was broken, a shot was fired as Babbitt attempted to go through the doors.
One of the men who broke the glass can be seen going down a stairway and changing into clothing he had stored in a backback. Ganaha, who lives in Okinawa, Japan, said it was clear to her that the two men were not Trump supporters.
She said she’s seen the same Marxist “agitate and divide” tactics employed by leftists in her home country. Clearly there were Trump supporters inside the Capitol building, she said, but “the ones who were leading the crowd, or agitating the crowd, were not Trump supporters.”
“I think they had a plan.”
[Editor’s Note: This article was written by Art Moore and first published at World Net Daily]