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Trump rioters shot while storming Capitol had rap sheet


The protester, who was shot dead by police in Washington DC yesterday, was previously prosecuted for reckless endangerment, malicious destruction of property and tampering with a car and was the subject of two restraining orders, DailyMail.com court records show.

Ashli ​​Babbitt, 35, died of a gunshot wound to the chest after joining dozen of protesters who stormed the Capitol to protest Joe Biden's election victory.

DC police chief Robert Contee said four died in the protests on Wednesday – Babbitt was shot dead by the Capitol Police and three others died in "medical emergencies".

One witness to the shooting suggested that she was shot by police while trying to get into the chambers of Congress through a broken window and another said she saw other protesters trampled by the crowd .

Maryland court records indicate that Babbitt had previously run into law enforcement – despite being a respected 14-year-old Air Force veteran, referred to by a fellow soldier as a "boisterous cracker".

The protester, who was shot dead by police in Washington DC yesterday, was previously prosecuted for reckless endangerment, malicious destruction of property and tampering with a car and was the subject of two restraining orders, DailyMail.com court records show

Ashli ​​Babbitt, 35, died of a gunshot wound to the chest after joining dozen of protesters who stormed the Capitol to protest Joe Biden's election victory

Ashli ​​Babbitt, 35, died of a gunshot wound to the chest after joining dozen of protesters who stormed the Capitol to protest Joe Biden's election victory

Maryland court records indicate that the woman had previously been in conflict with law enforcement - despite being a respected 14-year-old Air Force veteran, described by a fellow soldier as a "boisterous blast"

Maryland court records indicate that the woman had previously been in conflict with law enforcement – despite being a respected 14-year-old Air Force veteran, described by a fellow soldier as a "boisterous blast"

In July 2016, Maryland prosecutors accused Babbitt of willfully tampering with a vehicle without the owner's consent of two criminal offenses of reckless endangerment and malicious destruction of property and traffic violation

In July 2016, Maryland prosecutors accused Babbitt of willfully tampering with a vehicle without the owner's consent of two criminal offenses of reckless endangerment and malicious destruction of property and traffic violation

In July 2016, Maryland prosecutors accused Babbitt of willfully tampering with a vehicle without the owner's consent of two criminal offenses of reckless endangerment and malicious destruction of property and traffic violation.

Police believed Babbitt, then called McEntree, was tampering with a 2012 Ford on a country road in Prince Frederick, a town in Maryland southeast of Washington DC.

Although the court records indicate that the police found a likely cause for the two criminal charges, the Calvert County Court acquitted them of the reckless endangerment charge, and the veteran was not found guilty of malicious destruction or tampering.

One of the complainants against Babbitt is also listed in the criminal charges: her roommate at the time, Celeste Norris, 37.

The residence records indicate that she was living with Norris and her future husband, former Marine Sergeant Aaron Babbitt, at the time.

Mysteriously, Babbitt was also the subject of an injunction issued the same day as her alleged offenses. The court upheld the injunction against her.

Records of who filed the injunction, known in Maryland as the "Peace Order", were not immediately available to DailyMail.com.

Babbitt was also the subject of another temporary peace order filed against her in February 2017.

At the time, the 35-year-old was serving in the 113th Squadron of the DC National Guard's security forces and had been deployed at least eight times.

The residence records indicate that she was living with Norris and her future husband, former Marine Sergeant Aaron Babbitt, at the time. Babbitt traveled to Washington DC from her California home alone, without her husband (pictured above).

The residence records indicate that she was living with Norris and her future husband, former Marine Sergeant Aaron Babbitt, at the time. Babbitt traveled to Washington DC from her California home alone, without her husband (pictured above).

Babbitt appears to have had a varied life in the United States. She was born Ashli ​​Pamatian and lived under that name at the North Pole in Alaska in her early adult life

Babbitt appears to have had a varied life in the United States. She was born Ashli ​​Pamatian and lived under that name at the North Pole in Alaska in her early adult life

At the time, the 35-year-old was serving in the 113th Squadron of the DC National Guard's security forces and had been deployed at least eight times. A March 2014 journal from Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in southwest DC said she and 30 others were deployed earlier this year to "support the US Forces security mission in Southwest Asia for five months."

At the time, the 35-year-old was serving in the 113th Squadron of the DC National Guard's security forces and had been deployed at least eight times. A March 2014 journal from Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in southwest DC said she and 30 others were deployed earlier this year to "support the US Forces security mission in Southwest Asia for five months."

A March 2014 journal from Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in southwest DC said she and 30 others were deployed earlier this year to "support the US Forces security mission in Southwest Asia for five months."

A veteran tweeted that she was serving at Babbitt at the time, describing her as "boastful but personable".

"I was with Ashli ​​McEntee in 2014," wrote the veteran and published a picture of herself with the killed pro-Trump protester.

She was a boisterous cracker who always tried to be in the middle of the action. Loud, cocky, boastful, but personable. She has been on duty nine times, today she was shot in the throat by the Unarmed Capitol Police. & # 39;

Babbitt was born Ashli ​​Pamatian and lived under that name at the North Pole in Alaska during her early adult life.

She joined the Air Force in 2006, initially serving at Eielson Air Force Base near Fairbanks, Alaska, where she met her first husband, Staff Sergeant Tim McEntee.

Babbitt also appeared to be a supporter of QAnon after posting a series of pictures on Twitter in early September showing her taking part in a Trump Boat Parade in San Diego wearing a tank top with the conspiracy group's logo and slogan

Babbitt also appeared to be a supporter of QAnon after posting a series of pictures on Twitter in early September showing her taking part in a Trump Boat Parade in San Diego wearing a tank top with the conspiracy group's logo and slogan

A veteran tweeted that she was serving at Babbitt at the time, describing her as "boastful but personable".

A veteran tweeted that she was serving at Babbitt at the time, describing her as "boastful but personable".

She was a boisterous cracker who always tried to be in the middle of the action. Loud, cocky, boastful, but personable. She has been on duty nine times, today she was shot in the throat by the Unarmed Capitol Police. & # 39;

She was a boisterous cracker who always tried to be in the middle of the action. Loud, cocky, boastful, but personable. She has been on duty nine times, today she was shot in the throat by the Unarmed Capitol Police. & # 39;

A photo from January 2008 on the base's website shows the couple with their adopted former military dog ​​Sorbon.

Babbitt later served with the DC Air National Guard from at least 2014, where she moved in with her future second husband Aaron in Huntingtown, Maryland.

However, Maryland court records show that McEntees' marriage didn't end until August 2018 when they filed for divorce.

In June 2019, Babbitt married Aaron, who served as a Marine from 2000 to 2005, according to his Facebook page.

The bereaved former soldier told KUSI News on Wednesday that his wife was a strong supporter of President Trump and a great patriot to everyone she knew. He did not respond to a request for comment from DailyMail.com.

An unidentified loved one sent Babbitt an important text message as she flew to DC to protest. This is evident from an obvious screenshot of her phone that was shared on social media.

& # 39; Be sure. I can't lose you, ”the sender wrote.

An unidentified loved one sent Babbitt an important text message as she flew to DC to protest. This is evident from an obvious screenshot of her phone that was shared on social media. & # 39; Be sure. I can't lose you, ”the sender wrote

An unidentified loved one sent Babbitt an important text message as she flew to DC to protest. This is evident from an obvious screenshot of her phone that was shared on social media. & # 39; Be sure. I can't lose you, ”the sender wrote

The bereaved former soldier told KUSI News on Wednesday that his wife was a strong supporter of President Trump and a great patriot to everyone she knew

The bereaved former soldier told KUSI News on Wednesday that his wife was a strong supporter of President Trump and a great patriot to everyone she knew

According to her LinkedIn page, Babbitt founded a swimming pool service company there in May 2017 - but soon ran into further legal difficulties

According to her LinkedIn page, Babbitt founded a swimming pool service company there in May 2017 – but soon ran into further legal difficulties

Babbitt wrote back a selfie from her airplane seat wearing a & # 39; Trump 2020 & # 39; mask and wrote & # 39; Tons of Trump supporters on my plane !!!! I'll watch my 6 '- using the military term to look behind you.

A witness who was with protesters at the Capitol on Wednesday said they saw Babbit shot dead, other people "trampled" in a mob onslaught and believed to have seen a second woman seriously injured.

"A second woman died (or came closer)," the witness wrote on Twitter. “It was a very intense situation that came up after I saw several people being trampled on and almost avoided it myself.

She collapsed in the entrance area of ​​the main building and was trampled on. Compressions were being applied to her, but I couldn't feel a carotid or femoral pulse. Several men carried her back to the police line. She was very cyanotic (discolored skin from lack of oxygen) and was bleeding from her face. & # 39;

The witness described a terrible and fatal swarm of people inside the building who panicked while fleeing from the police.

"I was filming a large group of people on the edge of the entrance just in front of the river, huddling into the hallway and being pushed into the hallway from behind," they wrote. "A big man grabbed me from behind, pushed me into the Frey and said," You go in, come in "(I think). And I was fought in the crowd and pushed into the entrance area.

I managed to pull myself into a corner against the wall. Moments later, the police inside put great pressure on the outside against the dozen of people who were pushing inside. Everyone was packed like sardines that couldn't move against the body flow.

The video showed Babbitt climbing through a broken window seconds before she was shot

The video showed Babbitt climbing through a broken window seconds before she was shot

A witness looks down at Babbitt, who collapsed to the ground in shock seconds seconds after she was shot

A witness looks down at Babbitt, who collapsed to the ground in shock seconds seconds after she was shot

At this point, the police and the citizens began to unleash a sea of ​​spray maces from both sides. It was almost impossible to breathe or panic.

The man next to me passed out but stopped because we were so tightly packed. I slapped him in the face and he revived. It was around this time that the woman collapsed, the police overcame the crowd, and I saw people fleeing being seriously trampled. & # 39;

A video shot on location showed Babbitt attempting to climb through a window into the chambers of congress before she was shot and killed by Capitol Police.

Before her death, Babbitt and her husband lived in San Diego, the location of a large amphibious naval base.

According to her LinkedIn page, Babbitt founded a swimming pool service company there in May 2017 – but soon ran into further legal difficulties.

In December of that year, she and her company were beaten by a court in Westchester County, New York, on a lien of $ 23,074 after being sued by one of their clients, data analytics firm Funding Metrics LLC.

Babbitt and her company were sued again by Florida-based EBF Partners in February 2018 after they allegedly took out a $ 45,000 loan against their future business proceeds and then failed to make payments on the loan.

The lawsuit resulted in a default judgment against her and an additional lien in July 2019 after violating court rules and imposing sanctions on the case.

According to the loan agreement, the pool cleaning business was founded in 2000 and had annual sales of over $ 670,000.

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