April 23, 2021
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Not enough evidence in preliminary inquiry for charges in Ashli Babbitt’s death: reports | TheHill – The Hill

Police in Washington, D.C., say they have not uncovered sufficient evidence to charge the Capitol Police officer who shot and killed a rioter in the building on Jan. 6, according to multiple reports. 
Authorities cautioned, however, the investigation into the incident remains ongoing and no recommendation has been made to prosecutors on whether to file charges against the unidentified officer. 
Ashli Babbitt, 35, died after she was shot by the officer as she climbed through a broken window leading…

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