FBI holder fremdeles hundretusenvis av dokumenter om 6. januar skjult for forsvarerne, selv om rettssakene ruller og går. Det sier USAs beste journalist på 6. januar, Julie Kelly, til Steve Bannons Warroom.
Behandlingen av 6. januar-fangene er en rettspolitisk skandale.
Julie Kelly: (FBI) agents were deployed to Capitol grounds EARLY on January 6th. Well, what were they doing Steve? I’ve seen all sorts of videos and photographs from January 6th. I don’t see people walking around in big FBI jackets! I don’t see any FBI agents trying to stop the crowd. We still can’t get Jill Sanborn, the head of Counter-Terror at the FBI who was asked under oath if FBI agents or informants incited or were involved in any violence on January 6. She couldn’t answer the question. And we still have no clarification four months later after her testimony. And furthermore, Steve, I’ll say this in conclusion, the FBI still has not uploaded hundreds of thousands of pages of FBI records related to January 6th. Still have not uploaded it to a sharable platform so defense attorneys who are defending January 6 platforms can have access to these records.
Mediene driver propaganda for 6. januar-komiteen i Kongressen, som driver en skueprosess. De har ikke juridiske beføyelser, men opptrer som om de har det, og mediene later som stevningene har lovs kraft. Det har de ikke. De kan trygt overses av dem som innkalles.
Reuters sendte 20. august i fjor ut en oppsiktsvekkende melding: Fire seniortjenestemenn sa at det ikke var avdekket tegn på sammensvergelse for å storme Kongressen. Det var noe som skjedde spontant.
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