The aftermath of the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021 remains ongoing more than two years later. Individuals are still being brought before judges to receive sentences for their participation in the breach of the US Capitol.
Various law enforcement officials have used social media, bank statements, witness accounts, camera surveillance, and more to catch responsible parties.
Meanwhile, Americans differ in their views about what’s appropriate or what crosses the line regarding how those involved in January 6 are being dealt with.
As all this plays out, a new court filing pertaining to the events at the US Capitol over two years ago is raising questions and new conversations, according to The Epoch Times.
What to Know About This New Court Filing
Kansas man William Pope is a defendant in court proceedings pertaining to the Capitol riot in 2021. In a new court filing, however, Pope submits records that assert undercover officers with the Metropolitan Police Department joined January 6 rioters near the Capitol’s northwest section.
The court filing likewise shows the aforementioned undercover officers stopping federal agents who were wearing plain clothes at the time. In the court documentation is a video that also reveals Metropolitan Police Department officers alleging they were set up.
Tucker Carlson Gets J6 Footage; William Pope Fights for Discovery; Taibbi's Twitter Files 16 https://t.co/U36i4VavE0
— Robert Gouveia Esq. (@RobGouveiaEsq) February 20, 2023
Likewise, in the time leading up to the shooting of Ashli Babbitt, amid her climbing into a broken window of the Capitol, one of the undercover officers is seen behind Babbitt and making the prediction that a person will get shot.
In a motion, Pope goes on to state that law enforcement played a role in egging on rioters to enter the Capitol over two years ago.
He also makes the claim that because the government has denied this took place, legal counsel for various January 6 defendants needs to be permitted to review all existing evidence.
Viral Reactions on Social Media
Ever since January 6 and the fallout for those involved, many Americans have stated that all is not as it seems.
The January 6 committee that reviewed the riots during the last Congress was also accused of cherry-picking and overlooking information that didn’t suit a certain narrative.
Likewise, people are now raising questions about whether these new court filings could potentially impact the cases of other individuals who are facing charges for their involvement in the Capitol riots.
Why hasn't the government informed the public that undercover MPD officers were chanting "our house!" and repeatedly urging protestors to advance up the northwest steps of the Capitol on January 6?
Officer 2 said someone would get shot and went up right behind Ashli Babbitt. pic.twitter.com/93xkSOSLDC
— 🇺🇸 (@FreeStateWill) February 18, 2023
As it stands today, many Americans do not trust this nation’s government or believe it has the people’s best interests at heart. The information contained in William Pope’s court filings is bound to only further this sentiment among certain members of the general public.
What do you think about the latest court filings pertaining to January 6? Do you believe this information will impact cases pertaining to the Capitol riot? Feel free to use the comments feed below as your sounding board.This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.