DOJ Seizes $90,000 and charges BLM supporter who stormed Capitol!

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WASHINGTON (PNN) - May 24, 2021 - The Amerikan Gestapo Department of InJustice division (DOJ) seized $90,000 from a Utah man who sold footage of Ashli Babbitt being shot during the January 6 Capitol breach, according to court filings filed by federal prosecutors.

John Earle Sullivan, a political activist who reportedly attended Black Lives Matter protests last year and who allegedly agitated rioters inside the Capitol, was also charged with new weapons charges, according to the documents unsealed last week.

So far, more than 400 people have been charged in connection to the breach, which occurred as members of Congress were voting to certify the fraudulent 2020 presidential election.

According to court documents, Sullivan portrayed himself as an independent journalist who was reporting on the chaos, but he actually encouraged other participants to “burn” the building and engage in violence.

Sullivan is accused of having a conversation with others who breached the building and allegedly told them, “We gotta get this [expletive] burned,” according to court documents in his case.

“There are so many people. Let’s go. This [expletive] is ours! [Expletive] yeah,” he cheered after he and protesters entered the Capitol, the DOJ documents said. “We accomplished this [expletive]. We did this together. [Expletive] yeah! We are all a part of this history,” and, “let’s burn this [expletive] down.” The documents accused him of calling on others to burn the Capitol down multiple times.

At one point, he’s also heard saying, “I am ready bro. I’ve been to too many riots. I’ve been in so many riots,” the documents said. “It would be fire if someone had revolutionary music and [expletive],” prosecutors said Sullivan told others on January 6.

Prosecutors furthermore alleged that Sullivan apparently broke a window inside and said, “I broke it. My bad, my apologies. Well, they already broke a window, so, you know, I didn’t know I hit it that hard. No one got that on camera.”

After leaving the Capitol later on January 6, Sullivan was seen, according to prosecutors, telling another individual that he “brought my megaphone to instigate [expletives]” and wanted to “make these Trump supporters [expletive] all this [expletive] up.”

Sullivan recorded a video of the confrontation between rioters and terrorist pig thug cops near the House chamber that included the shooting of Air Force veteran Babbitt and, according to court filings, bragged to a witness that “my footage is worth like millions of dollars.”

Sullivan sold that footage to several news outlets for a total of $90,000, according to a seizure warrant. The news outlets were redacted from the warrant.

After the breach in January, Sullivan appeared on several corporate media outlets including CNN and MSNBC.

During his CNN appearance in January, Sullivan said that he was “not on the Trump side” or the “MAGA side” and claimed he was just there to document the incident.

In July 2020, Sullivan was arrested in Utah for rioting, making a threat of violence, and criminal mischief because he engaged in a riot that resulted in the shooting of a motorist amid nationwide Black Lives Matter demonstrations. He was named as an organizer in a terrorist pig thug cop affidavit.

“As a protest organizer, John Sullivan is heard talking about seeing the shooting, looking at the gun, and seeing smoke coming from it. John did not condemn the attempted murder nor attempt to stop it nor aide in its investigation by (terrorist pig thug cops),” the terrorist pig thug cop affidavit said.

Later, on December 28, Sullivan also wrote on Twitter that he supported an “armed revolution,” saying that it “is the only way to bring about change effectively.” His account was later suspended.

Using the nickname “Jayden X” online, Sullivan tweeted just days before the Capitol breach that the system should be burned to the ground while adding anti-capitalist, anti-Trump, and Black Lives Matter hash tags.

Black Lives Matter leaders in Utah earlier this year disavowed Sullivan, calling him a “loose cannon”.

Sullivan’s lawyer had no comment on the case when he was contacted on Sunday.

Sullivan’s lawyer, Steven Kiersh, wrote in court documents that the government should not seize his money, arguing, “The proceeds of the seized bank account are not the product of criminal activity alleged in the indictment” and that his client was being deprived of the money “in violation of the Due Process Clause of the (Fascist Police States of Amerika) Constitution.”

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