This has to be ONE of the most alarming stories I have seen and I am sure it will be one for you too.
It appears that the political prisoners that were arrested on January 6 are reporting that the conditions that they are in are rapidly deteriorating.
One text to a family from [b]one such political prisoner was incredibly alarming and even went as far as to say that if
he “committed suicide” or that if an “accident happened,” to know that it was a lie.
The prisoner also reported that they were also being abused by the guards while incarcerated.
Just to let you know also my friends, these prisoners did not commit any acts of violence but just so happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. It is apparent that the FBI is not truly concerned with anyone that did commit violence but just wants to punish anyone who simply attended the January 6th rally.
There are reports that suggest that anyone who attended the rally was fair game, regardless of whether they actively broke into the Capitol Building.
You can read some of the worrisome text messages below:
Hey...wake up, they are not being tortured unless you believe it is torturing them to hold them in jail.
You are all out lying, either that or you are hopelessly ignorant...
nobody is being prosecuted for simply being at a protest...those who are in jail were in the building or participated in breaking in, it doesn't matter, being in the wrong place at the wrong time is a serious crime because by simple presence they were pare of an insurrection, not a protest. Those protesting never entered the building or participated in storming the capital.
You be alarmed all you want, you are being played, these are criminals and I suspect they are going to get far lighter sentences than they deserve. Being in the building deserves years in jail, not slaps on the wrist, breaking a window or door deserves at least ten years, lifting a weapon be it a stick, fist, hammer, bat, whatever deserves upwards of twenty or more years for insurrection and being a traitor to the country.