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The identity of the policeman who shot and killed Ashli ​​Babbitt remains unknown as DC enforces transparency in police-related shootings

The identity of the policeman who shot Ashli ​​Babbitt is still unknown more than a week after the shooting. This flies in the face of a recent measure passed in Washington, demanding more transparency in police shootings.

We reported yesterday that the identity of the Capitol Police gunman who shot and killed unarmed Ashli ​​Babbitt in the capital has not yet been revealed.

The identity of the Capitol policeman who killed unarmed Ashli ​​Babbitt has yet to be released – why? (VIDEO)

Why is this police gunman being kept in the dark? It is certainly not transparent. It turns out, in fact, to go against the spirit of a recent measure passed this summer in Washington, where police officers and women involved in a shooting must post all camera footage within 72 hours. bodily injury related to the shooting and prohibit officers from using it before drafting a crime. reports.

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The District of Columbia Council unanimously approved an emergency police and justice reform measure last summer:

To date, we have not seen any body camera footage from Ashli ​​Babbitt’s shooting and the shooter has not been identified. It’s been over a week. Why is this information kept secret?


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