The FBI arrested peaceful protester Glenn Allen Brooks, who entered the Capitol on Jan. 6; they deployed numerous agents heavily protected in full body armor and carrying assault weapons and battering rams.
“There were assault weapons, full-body armor, like top and bottom, battering rams, like it seemed like it was going to be something…they were getting ready for something. It was actually kinda scary. I thought it was fake,” stated one of Brooks’ neighbors, according to CBS Los Angeles Aug. 2.
Brooks, 61, a resident of Huntington Beach, Orange County, California, U.S.A., owns a home remodeling business and was tipped off to the FBI by one of his church congregants who saw one of the selfies Brooks took inside the Capitol.
Brooks’ entry into the building led to charges of unlawful entry and disorderly conduct on restricted grounds, which along with his peaceful demeanor, does not seem to justify the FBI’s seemingly disproportionate military deployment.
After comparing the photos sent by Brooks to the participants of his prayer group with those that could have been extracted from the 14,000 hours of video from the Capitol cameras, it would have been concluded that it was the same person.
The whole event is surrounded by confusion and contradictions.
In fact, like Brooks, some 535 people have been imprisoned for what happened inside the Capitol on January 6, causing indignation and questions because they are denied a fair trial and even elementary hygiene measures.
Additionally, the FBI itself has been accused of actively participating in creating the disturbances and facilitating the access of people to the buildings, as well as the police and the sergeants-at-arms of the House and Senate, who were described as “accomplices.”
This was stated by retired Army Lieutenant General Russel L. Honoré after auditing the security system of the invaded facilities.
“I was surprised that the Pentagon did not have those troops on standby,” Honoré said, adding, “The FBI had a major intelligence failure” and: “I think once this is all uncovered, it was a complicit action by the Capitol Police,” according to Fox News Feb. 19.
No less disturbing is that at least four of the Capitol Police officers ‘committed suicide’, considering that almost all the people who entered the building behaved peacefully, like Brooks.
In fact, no firearms were seized, and the only person who died was shot by a firearm in possession of a security officer. The victim was Army veteran Ashli Babbitt, who was unarmed.
The last of the ‘suicides’ was 43-year-old officer Gunther Hashida, who was found dead on July 29.
Before him, police officers Jeffrey Smith and Howard Liebengood died in January, while Kyle DeFreytag died on July 10, his mother confirmed, according to Fox5.