The ‘Mystery Man’ AG Garland Won’t Deny Was a Fed Inciting Jan. 6 Rioters Was Scrubbed from FBI ‘Mos
The ‘Mystery Man’ AG Garland Won’t Deny Was a Fed Inciting Jan. 6 Rioters Was Scrubbed from FBI ‘Most Wanted’ List
Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie at a House hearing on Thursday grilled Attorney General Merrick Garland about a ‘mystery man’ named Ray Epps, who is suspected of inciting far-right extremists and Trump supporters to storm the Capitol building on January 6.
On January 5, in a video that has been widely viewed on Twitter, Epps can be heard saying: “I don’t even like to say it because I’ll be arrested. I’ll say it. We need to go into the Capitol.”
Ray Epps told The Arizona Republic in a brief telephone interview following the riots that he had traveled to the capitol, but he had been advised by an attorney not to speak about it.
A video online below appears to show him saying, “We’re here to defend the Constitution” and “We need to go into the Capitol.”
Ray Epps was thus among the very first people to instigate the January 6 riot. In the video above, he is working with a clean-cut, athletic young man who also fits the profile of a federal agent.
Revolver News has now found that Epps was quietly scrubbed from the FBI’s January 6 ‘most wanted’ list in a lengthy deep-dive investigation that won’t be repeated here. Readers are encouraged to dig through the voluminous and enlightening post themselves. Much of the terrain in the article that readers are expected to be familar with won’t be repeated here; a viral Twitter thread that raised the profile of Epps and put him on many readers’ profile can be read here. The key passages for our interest will be provided below, however.
“Then, on July 1, between the hours of 3:37 a.m. and 5:55 p.m., the FBI finally took action on Ray Epps,” Revolver News reported. “But not to prosecute him, or to announce a sweeping investigation or FBI SWAT raid on Epps’s house for all of his phones and electronics. Instead, someone at the FBI quietly and stealthily purged every trace of Ray Epps from the Capitol Riots Most Wanted database.”
“Using the Wayback Machine from archive.org, we see that from January 8, 2021 until 3:37 a.m. on July 1, every archived version of the FBI.gov website shows Ray Epps as Suspect 16,” the report continued. “The below photo is just a snapshot sample from February 16, 2021 — but users can view the Web Archive themselves to witness the Ray Epps purge occurring sometime between 3:37 a.m. and 5:55 p.m. on July 1. That would be during the FBI workday.”
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