J6th Uncovered: Darren Beattie Details How Feds Tried to Recruit a Man as an Informant and Then Set Him Up
The J6th insurrection that occurred at the Capitol building in Washington D.C. on January 6th, 2021 was a harrowing event for many across the nation. The events that led up to that day and the aftermath that followed have been under investigation by various law enforcement agencies. However, details surrounding the tactics used by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to apprehend those involved in the insurrection are coming to light.
One such detail was revealed by Darren Beattie who is a former speech writer to Donald Trump, and a member of the J6th Committee. Beattie revealed that the FBI tried to recruit a man named Jeremy Brown as an informant. However, when Brown refused to participate, the FBI set him up by using a fabricated text message that portrayed Brown as participating in the insurrection.
Beattie’s revelations came during a committee hearing chaired by Representative Jim Jordan. During the hearing, Beattie explained that the FBI sent an agent to Brown’s home to recruit him as an informant on the J6th. Brown refused to participate and asked the agent to leave his property. However, Brown received a text message a few weeks later that appeared to come from a friend he had met on the day of the insurrection. The text message congratulated Brown for his participation in the J6th, but Brown had not participated in the events that day.
The text message was a fabrication by the FBI, and Brown was arrested and charged based on the evidence in the text. Brown was denied bail and was imprisoned for months before being released after the charges against him were dropped due to lack of evidence.
Beattie’s revelations highlight the lengths the FBI is willing to go to apprehend those involved in the J6th insurrection. At the committee hearing, Beattie expressed his concerns about the FBI’s handling of the investigations into the insurrection. He stated that the FBI has weaponized the investigation and is treating those who are suspected of participating in the insurrection unfairly.
Beattie’s revelations have raised questions about the FBI’s tactics and their commitment to justice. The use of fabricated evidence to arrest and imprison a man is concerning, and it highlights the need for greater oversight and accountability in the way law enforcement agencies operate.
In conclusion, Beattie’s revelations shed light on the tactics used by the FBI to apprehend those involved in the J6th insurrection. The use of fabricated evidence to arrest and imprison a man highlights the need for greater oversight and accountability in the way law enforcement agencies operate. It is essential to ensure that the FBI and other law enforcement agencies do not violate civil liberties in their pursuit of justice. We must hold them accountable so that such injustices are not repeated in the future.