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” A good friend of Ibrahims who was standing with him videotaped Babbitt as “she was being moved past them” into an ambulance,” the filing said.Photos submitted in a D.O.J. Statement of Facts court filing reveals Mark Sami Ibrahim at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6th, 2021. “Ibrahims friend took these images at Ibrahims request,” the court document says.Video published on the Internet shows Ibrahim at about 1:45 p.m. that day carrying a flagpole with a flag sporting a blue five-pointed star and the words “LIBERTY OR DEATH,” the court filing states. “During his interview, Ibrahim acknowledged hearing the tear gas cylinders going off– he said he heard the booms,” the filing said.Ibrahim also informed the OIG representative that he went to the Capitol that day with a buddy and relative, at the good friends demand, according to the filing.Ibrahim claimed that his pal “had been asked by the FBI to record the event, and that he went along with his friend to assist with that effort,” according to the court document.The pal later informed the OIG agent that “Ibrahim crafted this story … in an effort to cover his a–,” and that the pal had actually never ever gotten any instructions from the FBI to document the riot.

” A good friend of Ibrahims who was standing with him videotaped Babbitt as “she was being moved past them” into an ambulance,” the filing said.Photos submitted in a D.O.J. Statement of Facts court filing reveals Mark Sami Ibrahim at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6th, 2021. “Ibrahims friend took these images at Ibrahims request,” the court document says.Video published on the Internet reveals Ibrahim at about 1:45 p.m. that day bring a flagpole with a flag sporting a blue five-pointed star and the words “LIBERTY OR DEATH,” the court filing states. At the time, Ibrahim was about 400 feet inside the first set of fencing that had actually barricaded the Capitol.Photos submitted in a D.O.J. Statement of Facts court filing reveals Mark Sami Ibrahim at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6th, 2021. “During his interview, Ibrahim acknowledged hearing the tear gas canisters going off– he said he heard the booms,” the filing said.Ibrahim also informed the OIG representative that he went to the Capitol that day with a good friend and relative, at the buddys demand, according to the filing.Ibrahim declared that his good friend “had actually been asked by the FBI to record the occasion, and that he went along with his good friend to assist with that effort,” according to the court document.The buddy later informed the OIG agent that “Ibrahim crafted this story … in an effort to cover his a–,” and that the good friend had actually never gotten any direction from the FBI to document the riot.

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