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(Stephen Horn) Since January 6th, many citizens have wondered if any of the numerous unarrested individuals caught on camera were federal agents/informants. I’ve been particularly curious about the Metropolitan Police “Undercover Employees” (MPD UCE) in the crowd. The first admission I’d seen by the federal government that any sort of undercover agents were present was in a criminal complaint filed against Fi Duong in June of 2021. Now, those specific undercover employees are back in the spotlight with a viral Twitter thread by another J6 defendant, William Pope. Pope included descriptions of several scenes from a video in which MPD UCEs join in crowd chants and encourage people to move towards the Capitol. In reviewing material for my own J6 case, I have been able to watch the video in question, and can confirm that Pope’s claims regarding the MPD UCEs’ actions/statements are largely accurate.
On the morning of January 6th, a Virginia man named Fi Duong met an Metropolitan Police Undercover Employee near the Freedom Plaza in Washington D.C. Duong must have exchanged contact information with the MPD UCE, as he used the opportunity to introduce Duong to an undercover FBI agent. The FBI agent proceeded to inflitrate a sort of “gun club” which Duong was a member…Shared post – CONFIRMED: Undercover MPD Employee(s) Acted as Agent Provocateurs on January 6th