By now you’ve heard about how participants in the January 6th Capitol incident have been held for months on end in solitary confinement and other inhumane conditions in Washington D.C. jails, even when they pose zero threat to the public. But they aren’t the only victims of this witch hunt. Even eight months later, the FBI is still on a fanatical hunt for every person allegedly involved in the 6th Capitol incident, and they want to make sure that everybody they find suffers.
Just a few days ago, I received this remarkable email from a woman in Oklahoma. She said, quote, “My husband Benjamin was arrested by the FBI on August 19th for having been at the Capitol on January 6th. He was held captive in jail for misdemeanor charges and no warrant until after he was detained because they entrapped him and said he tried to flee. He did not and I was in the room, along with my best friend. There were 30 agents there to arrest him, and 17 vehicles, for one man. I was also assaulted by a member of the FBI even though I have no involvement in the D.C. thing. They physically laid hands on me and refused to let me call my attorney even though I wasn’t the one they were there for. They made us give up our guns as a condition of his release. Then, the Tulsa World proceeded to post an article about him and said in the article that they had ordered our guns be removed … so now the entire world knows we are unarmed. We have three young children who live in our home and two other children outside the home.”
Well, after a letter like that, we just had to speak with them. Benjamin Burlew has now been released from custody and he joined Stew Peters alongside his wife, Brandy, who told their story for the first time since Benjamin’s release.
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