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'''Ashli Babbitt''' is a Californian veteran of the [[United States Air Force]] who had served fourteen years over four tours.<ref name=NYP>{{cite news |work=[[New York Post]] |url=https://nypost.com/2021/01/06/protester-killed-in-capitol-was-air-force-vet-from-california/ |title=Ashli Babbitt, protester killed at Capitol, was Air Force vet from California |date=6 January 2021 |first1=Elizabeth |last1=Rosner |first2=Kate |last2=Sheehy |quote=Ashli Babbitt, who had 14 years in the service and did four tours of duty}}</ref> She was shot in [[Washington, D.C.]] on Wednesday January 6th, 2021 and died later that day.
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'''Ashli Babbitt''' was a Californian veteran of the [[United States Air Force]] who had served fourteen years over four tours.<ref name=NYP/> She was shot in [[Washington, D.C.]] on Wednesday January 6th, 2021 and died later that day.
  
Ashli was a business owner in [[San Diego]] who was a supporter of [[Donald Trump]].<ref>{{cite news |work=[[Straits Times]] |url=https://www.straitstimes.com/world/united-states/woman-shot-dead-in-us-capitol-was-air-force-veteran-trump-supporter-reports |title=Woman shot dead in US Capitol was Air Force veteran, Trump supporter |date=6 January 2021 |quote=TV channel Fox 5 reported Ms Babbitt owned a business in San Diego with her husband, who did not come with her to Washington.}}</ref>
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Ashli was a business owner in [[San Diego]] who was a supporter of [[Donald Trump]].<ref name=StraitsTimes2021-01-06/>
  
She was shot while inside the [[United States Capitol]] building during the [[2021 United States Capitol protests]].<ref>{{cite news |work=[[Vox]] |url=https://www.vox.com/2021/1/6/22218031/trump-supporter-cspan-president-lied |title=A Trump supporter called C-SPAN in tears to ask if her president had lied to her |first=Dylan |last=Mathews |date=6 January 2021 |quote=. At least one of the group storming the Capitol, Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt, was killed by an unknown shooter after she had made it inside the Capitol building.}}</ref>
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She was shot while inside the [[United States Capitol]] building during the [[2021 United States Capitol protests]].<ref name=vox2021-01-06/>
  
The [[Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia|Metro PD]] investigated the death.<ref name=KUSI>{{cite news |work=[[KUSI-TV]] |title=KUSI News confirms identity of woman shot and killed inside US Capitol |date=6 January 2021 |quote=The Metropolitan Police Department says an investigation into her death continues.}}</ref>
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The [[Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia|Metro PD]] investigated the death.<ref name=KUSI/>
  
It is unclear who pulled the trigger on the gun which killed her.<ref name=Brown>{{cite news |work=[[New York Daily News]] |url=https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ny-capitol-shooting-victim-20210107-2ssro6b6d5dkdibdmuxxjzn7hy-story.html |title=Woman shot and killed at U.S. Capitol identified as Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt |date=6 January 2021 |first=Stephen Rex |last=Brown}}</ref>
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It is unclear who pulled the trigger on the gun which killed her.<ref name=Brown/>
  
 
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Ashli Babbitt
Died 2021 (aged 35–36)
US Capitol building

Ashli Babbitt was a Californian veteran of the United States Air Force who had served fourteen years over four tours.[1] She was shot in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday January 6th, 2021 and died later that day.

Ashli was a business owner in San Diego who was a supporter of Donald Trump.[2]

She was shot while inside the United States Capitol building during the 2021 United States Capitol protests.[3]

The Metro PD investigated the death.[4]

It is unclear who pulled the trigger on the gun which killed her.[5]

References

  1. Elizabeth Rosner; Kate Sheehy (2021-01-06). "Ashli Babbitt, protester killed at Capitol, was Air Force vet from California". New York Post. https://nypost.com/2021/01/06/protester-killed-in-capitol-was-air-force-vet-from-california/. Retrieved 2021-01-06. "Ashli Babbitt, who had 14 years in the service and did four tours of duty" 
  2. "Woman shot dead in US Capitol was Air Force veteran, Trump supporter". Straits Times. 2021-01-06. https://www.straitstimes.com/world/united-states/woman-shot-dead-in-us-capitol-was-air-force-veteran-trump-supporter-reports. Retrieved 2021-01-06. "TV channel Fox 5 reported Ms Babbitt owned a business in San Diego with her husband, who did not come with her to Washington." 
  3. Dylan Mathews (2021-01-06). "A Trump supporter called C-SPAN in tears to ask if her president had lied to her". Vox. https://www.vox.com/2021/1/6/22218031/trump-supporter-cspan-president-lied. Retrieved 2021-01-06. "At least one of the group storming the Capitol, Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt, was killed by an unknown shooter after she had made it inside the Capitol building." 
  4. "KUSI News confirms identity of woman shot and killed inside US Capitol". KUSI-TV. "The Metropolitan Police Department says an investigation into her death continues." 
  5. Stephen Rex Brown (2021-01-06). "Woman shot and killed at U.S. Capitol identified as Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt". New York Daily News. https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ny-capitol-shooting-victim-20210107-2ssro6b6d5dkdibdmuxxjzn7hy-story.html. Retrieved 2021-01-06.