The J6 Political detainees, some of whom have been kept in a DC jail for almost two years and treated inhumanely while awaiting trial, have the option to end their practices and seek access to evidence that might eventually exonerate them.
Due to political persecution, the cases have advanced at a glacial pace, with out-of-control judges striving to appease the “Gulag director” Democrat Mayor of DC Muriel Bowser, who is establishing her power and supremacy by denying Americans their right to due process.
As loyal Democrats, Bowser and former US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), who had oversight of the Capitol Police cam footage from that fateful day when over a million people flocked to Washington, DC to defend liberty and show support for President Donald J. Trump, have denied the defendants access to any of the cam footage.
The Capitol Police have over 44,000 hours of film that has never been provided to a number of defendants or the media until March, when Fox News personality Tucker Carlson gained access to a portion of the tape.
Martin Walsh wrote for Conservative Brief regarding the footage’s specifics and a recent judgement.
On January 6, 2021, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy provided Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson with hundreds of hours of security camera footage from the U.S. Capitol that was not shared when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats controlled the lower house. In recent weeks, bits of the tape have aired on Carlson’s primetime program.
In response to the unseen material, a number of defendants from January 6 have filed fresh motions that they hope would improve their cases.
Christopher Quaglin, an electrician from New Jersey who, according to the Justice Department, is a member of the Proud Boys, submitted a fresh application for parole. But, U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden refused Quaglin’s application for release from pretrial custody because he found no violations of Quaglin’s constitutional rights in the D.C. Prison that would justify his release.
“Quaglin was one of nine men in a multi-defendant indictment field in 2021 stemming from an hours-long assault on police defending the U.S. Capitol Building’s Lower West Terrace Tunnel on Jan. 6, 2021. Quaglin faces felony charges of assaulting police with a dangerous weapon and inflicting bodily injury on officers for allegedly attacking police with a stolen riot shield and pepper spray,” local outlet WUSA9 reported.
“As Gross noted during Tuesday’s hearing, three Republicans on the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability sent a letter to D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser last week announcing their plan to investigate the D.C. Jail’s handling of Jan. 6 detainees. The letter included the claim that Jan. 6 detainees have received ‘disparate treatment,’ including lack of access to legal resources,” the outlet added.
In another instance, Obama-appointed U.S. District Court Judge James Boasberg denied Sara Carpenter’s motion to delay her prosecution for her involvement in the Capital riot.
The request for a delay was made so that the 44,000 hours of film could first be evaluated.
According to Politico, Judge Boasberg accepted that the defense’s plea was not frivolous, but he stated that the defense had not adequately explained why any further film would be regarded exculpatory.
Fox News highlighted, citing a Politico story, that former NYPD officer Carpenter is presently facing two felony charges linked to her alleged role in the Capitol incident.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Boasberg argued that reviewing Capitol and police surveillance footage from McCarthy’s office could potentially derail multiple trials scheduled in the upcoming months. CONTINUE READING…