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FBI releases footage of alleged D.C. pipe bomb suspect, but still no 9/11 footage of plane striking Pentagon
By Ethan Huff // Mar 17, 2021

The FBI has officially released what it says is security footage of the individual accused of planting pipe bombs outside the headquarters of both the Republican National Committee and the Democratic National Committee on Jan. 6, the day of the Capitol false flag "insurrection."


Even though the FBI still has not released CCTV footage from a hotel near the Pentagon that would have had a full unobstructed view of the area where a Boeing 757-223 aircraft supposedly flew into the building on 9/11 – the only footage we do have is grainy and shows no plane at all – the corrupt federal agency was quick to release "evidence" implicating "Trump supporters" for scaring Congress back in January.

The footage, which shows multiple angles from several surveillance cameras of the masked suspect, aims to identify who the person is so the FBI can take swift action to deliver punishment.

"We believe the information released today will help someone recognize the suspect, or something about them," said Steven D'Antuono, assistant director at the FBI.

The FBI issued a "wanted" poster for the suspect, who appeared to be wearing Nike Air Max Speed Turf shoes in yellow, black, and gray. The FBI even released enhanced photos of the shoes, along with the devices that were supposedly planted – but again, the public is still not allowed to see the "plane" that allegedly hit the Pentagon on 9/11.

"One device was placed in an alley behind the RNC," D'Antuono claims, adding that the individual was wearing a face mask, a gray sweatshirt, and the Nike shoes. "The other was placed next to a park bench near the DNC."

Was the Capitol "siege" an inside job by the corrupt FBI?

We know that the FBI was directly involved in the Capitol "siege," having sent one of its own informants to participate in it. At the same time, the FBI claims it is still trying to find the "culprits."

"This could include making travel plans to Capitol Hill or researching the locations of the DNC and RNC," D'Antuono added in a statement calling on the American public to reveal anyone they know who may have visited Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6.

In all likelihood, the masked individual that the FBI is pretending to look for is probably an FBI agent. D'Antuono and the rest of the agency is more than likely using this fake "wanted" ad as a cover to extract information from snoops about anyone still unidentified who traveled to the Capitol on Jan. 6.

The goal of the Democrats is to punish anyone and everyone who traveled to D.C. on Jan. 6 for the purpose of supporting Trump, regardless of whether or not they were anywhere near the Capitol building.

The FBI, with the support of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the identification of the person allegedly responsible for planting the explosives.

"I think the whole incident was planned and executed by the FBI using 'Antifa' dressed in Trump supporter garb to make it look like an uprising by Trump supporters," wrote one of our own commenters.

"This makes me wonder about the small group of Oathkeepers that went into the Capitol," wrote another. "I'll bet anything that they were also FBI informants working to discredit the Oathkeepers group. It's hard to trust any group with people who aren't known well. People should just organize locally with trusted locals to protect your area and resources."

More related news about the Capitol false flag "attack," which appears to be yet another FBI operation aimed at vilifying and persecuting conservatives, can be found at FalseFlag.news.

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