Attorney Defends Shooter Who Killed Ashli Babbit: “I’m Glad She Died”

( )- Joe Biggs, an Army Staff Sergeant and former Infowars reporter who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and was awarded two Purple Hearts, has been in solitary confinement for almost a year.

The honored veteran is segregated from other inmates and confined to a 14 by 5 feet windowless cell.

Biggs is accused of being a “ringleader” during the Capitol siege. They say he organized the January 6 riot that Democratic lawmakers and the media frequently compare to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. They say Biggs is a domestic terrorist and threat to national security. He faces seditious conspiracy charges and a 20-year prison sentence.

Leading criminal defense lawyer Dan Hull is defending Proud Boys founder and veteran Joe Biggs in the ongoing seditious conspiracy trial in Washington, DC.

Hull audaciously thinks that Ashli Babbit, an Air Force veteran killed in cold blood on January 6, 2020, by a Capitol Hill Police officer, deserved to perish.

Hull said, “When I saw the picture of Babbitt, I thought it was a great shot.”

“I’m serious,” he said, “I’m glad she died. I think she’s a dumbass. Did you see the — some of what she did?”

Babbitt was attempting to step through a broken window on a door, unarmed.

“Nah. She is a common criminal,” the lawyer said.

“But most of the people who are there… they’re just really stupid people who shouldn’t have been there.”

“It’s nice to see them politically active in their life. But this is some of the dumbest people on the face of the planet and they made the right look really bad, really bad.”

According to defense attorney Dan Hull, trespassing on the Capitol Hill premises on January 6, 2020, entitles law enforcement to “take a life.”

Lt. Michael Byrd, the Capitol Hill Police officer who killed Babbitt, a 36-year-old Air Force veteran, was cleared of all charges and given special housing following the crime.

The Proud Boys leadership trial’s magistrate, Judge Timothy J. Kelly, who Trump chose, threatened to hold Hull in contempt on Wednesday.

According to the prosecution, Hull should be excluded from the Proud Boys trial due to a conflict of interest. Enrique Tarrio, the leader of the Proud Boys, and other J6 defendants were previously represented by Hull when the House Select Committee on January 6 summoned them.