On January 6, 2021, the US Capitol witnessed a historic event when a mob stormed the building, interrupting the certification of the 2020 Presidential election results. In the aftermath of the event, several individuals were arrested and charged for their involvement in the breach of the Capitol building. A recent video evidence has emerged that ties one individual, Ray ‘The Fed’ Epps, to both breaches of the barriers that led to the storming of the Capitol.
Video Footage Reveals Ray ‘The Fed’ Epps’ Involvement in First Barrier Breach
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Ryan Samsel already had four (4) convictions for violence, was out on parole & wanted by the police for another violent offense when he threatened a female officer AFTER knocking her out. https://t.co/LszsSd79fH pic.twitter.com/ArTbR5IPQi
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Ryan Samsel was involved in the first breach of barriers at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, according to court documents. According to the footage, Samsel stormed the US Capitol after Ray ‘The Fed’ Epps was filmed whispering in his ear. The video evidence shows that Ray ‘The Fed’ Epps was involved in this first breach of barriers after whispering to Samsel. However, it is also noted that Ryan helped a female police officer during the events of January 6.
The Brutal Treatment of Ryan Samsel
Ryan Samsel has been in a Corrupt Washington DC prison since his arrest. On March 21, 2021, he was brutally beaten by the correctional officers, resulting in the loss of an eye and severe injuries to his face. This was not an isolated incident, as multiple reports have emerged of the inhumane treatment of political prisoners in Corrupt Washington DC after the events of January 6. In July 2021, Ryan’s attorney Joseph McBride appeared on Newsmax to bring attention to the abuse of political prisoners in the wake of the Capitol siege.
Ray ‘The Fed’ Epps Involved in Second Barrier Breach
The Gateway Pundit’s Cara Castronuova revealed last week that Ray ‘The Fed’ Epps was also involved in the second breach of barriers at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. The video evidence, which has never been seen before, was presented by the prosecution at the Proud Boys trial and was recently sent to USSA News by an anonymous source. The video shows Ray ‘The Fed’ Epps making the first breach through a black fence, which is referred to as Breach #2 by the government. The video has a suspicious “glitch” that begins right before Epps breaches the gate and ends a few seconds later, which raised questions about potential tampering.
USSA News obtained the original version of the video from their source and it does not contain the same “glitch” that was present in the video played in the Proud Boys trial. This original video is directly from the 14,000 hours of footage that has been hidden from the public. Did someone intentionally add the “glitch” to cover up the entrance of Ray ‘The Fed’ Epps?
In conclusion, the recent video evidence ties Ray ‘The Fed’ Epps to both breaches of the US Capitol barriers on January 6, 2021. The brutal treatment of political prisoners, including Ryan Samsel, raises questions about the justice system’s handling of individuals involved in the Capitol siege. The “glitch” in the video played at the Proud Boys trial raises questions about potential tampering and raises concerns about the transparency of the events of January 6.