J6 Defendant Zachary Alams’ Defense Attorneys To Put Officer Michael Byrd on Stand
Tania Joy Gibson September 5, 2023 in Corruption - 5 Minutes
On January 6, a significant trial is taking place in Washington, DC. Zachary Alam’s September 5th trial has become more accurately referred to as the trial of Ashli Babbit’s murderer, Capitol Police Officer Michael Byrd.
As a first-hand witness to the shooting of Ms. Babbit, Mr. Alam has chosen to go to court in order to bring forth the truth surrounding Officer Byrd’s actions that day.
His legal team is hoping to hold him accountable by putting him on the witness stand and allowing for an examination of his conduct during the incident.
Through his refusal of a plea deal, Zachary is displaying remarkable courage while seeking justice for Ms. Babbit.
This is Zachary’s FIRST time speaking out since he was detained over 950 days ago.
Oddly, I know little about the woman who saved my life. Her name was Ashli Babbitt, a 34 year old Air Force veteran from San Diego, California. She had a brother. She had a mother and a loving husband. She was an independent person, and to the best of my knowledge, showed up to the Trump rally on January 6 by herself.
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That afternoon, she was mercilessly shot trying to climb through a breach I had made, by bashing a window out of its frame. As soon as I knocked the frame out, I was already moving forward, when Ashli grabbed me by the backpack and swung at my face, knocking my glasses off. While I scrambled to catch my glasses, she squeezed past me and took a bullet that had my name on it.
God rest her soul, Ashli did not survive. In the video, she shouts “he’s got a gun” well before that fateful moment. Since I didn’t hear it over all the noise, she resorted to physical force to protect me. By knocking my glasses off my face, she effectively stopped me in my tracks, because I couldn’t see properly. Then, I heard a “pop,” but it didn’t register as danger until she fell on her back and I saw her face. Her eyes were glazed over. She laid there motionless, stunned, staring at the ceiling. Terrified, I backed up, not daring approach the breach.
Ashli’s sacrifice changed me. Before January 6, I was just a punk with no real direction. I would have died a nobody, if it wasn’t for Ashli. She gave me a chance to make something of myself. I cannot possibly describe the gratitude I feel towards Ashli and her immense bravery.
Ashli is truest form of the American patriot.