FBI Infiltrated Jan 6 Crowds, Reported Riot Suspects Were Innocent, Leaked DOJ Docs Show

The FBI had undercover operatives posing as Trump supporters who had infiltrated the crowds during the Capitol Hill riot on January 6, 2021, bombshell leaked documents from the Department of Justice have revealed.

The explosive docs reveal that the FBI was running operations on Jan. 6 and had undercover agents planted months before the events took place.

According to the “highly-sensitive” DOJ files, the undercover FBI agents noted in their reports that the suspects arrested for rioting were, in fact, innocent.

A DOJ whistleblower reportedly leaked the trove of documents and text messages, to the Gateway Pundit.

These documents contain incredible exculpatory evidence proving the Justice Department was aware that a group of indicted Proud Boys is innocent but they are prosecuting them anyway.

The outlet uploaded the entire dump of documents here.

The files include hundreds of pages of transcripts of audio-recorded interviews with an Assisting United States Attorney, FBI Agents, and their “Confidential Human Source.”

The Confidential Human Source, or CHS, infiltrated the Kansas City Proud Boy Group for over a year and a half before the January 6th event and kept the FBI informed on the group’s activity.

A source familiar with the FBI informant has identified him as James Ehren Knowles.

According to the source, Knowles had gained the group’s total trust and was included in all group communications.

The informant told his handlers at the FBI that the Kansas City Proud Boy Group he was infiltrating and accompanied to the Capitol on January 6th “were not involved in, nor did they inspire the breaking of the barriers at the Capitol building.

“CHS describes the scene as the crowd doing it as a ‘herd mentality,’ and that it was not organized.

“The crowd was shouting ‘stop the vote,’ as they made their way to the Capitol building…

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“…There were no overt threats of violence made at that time.”

The informant also testifies to the FBI that Proud Boys planned to come to Washington DC to risk their own safety to protect average Trump Supporters from Antifa attacks.

They said the group wanted MAGA folk to enjoy the day and “get back to their hotels safely.”

Meanwhile, the drinking fraternity, along with the ex-military/law enforcement group the “Oath Keepers,” have become the fall guys along with President Trump for the Democrats’ entire “insurrection” narrative.

Many of those arrested on the day have been jailed, despite the FBI informant protesting their innocence.

For background, there are currently two existing Proud Boy Group Indictments- the Seditious Conspiracy one involving Enrique Tarrio and other leaders, and the Kansas City Proud Boy Indictment involving the group that the FBI informant infiltrated.

The FBI Plant made it clear to his bosses that the Proud Boys and their friends had no idea what they were walking into.

There was no conspiracy or pre-planning to enter the Capitol.

The FBI reports even revealed that the Proud Boys helped law enforcement inside the Capitol.

He reported that the members of the groups never mentioned “stopping the electoral college or certification of the election,” as the FBI clearly was hoping he would report.

The agents press him throughout his interviews (see full dump of audio recording transcripts below) but his account did not fit the anti-Trump narrative.

According to page 15 of the FBI’s CHS “Reporting Document”:

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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