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Ryan Nichols, who is a Texan and a Marine veteran, called News Max’s Greg Kelly for an interview from a special unit in the DC Department of Corrections where he is being held indefinitely without bail following his part in the Jan. 6 riot.

The honorably discharged veteran is facing charges for participating in the Capitol Hill protest. He was arrested on Jan. 18 and had a lot to spill on the treatment that protesters are receiving while incarcerated and awaiting trial.

“I went through 5 jails within 50 days before finally being locked in solitary confinement for 23-30 hours a day in Washington, D.C. on March 9. We now are allowed 5.5 hours out of our cell each day,” he commented.

He listed multiple things they are not allowed to do while being locked up. Nichols alleged that prisoners can’t get haircuts or shave unless they get the COVID vaccine. He also said that they are lucky to be allowed to cut their fingernails and toenails once a month.

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He went on to say that they are given baloney sandwiches for dinner four times a week. The other three dinners consist of peanut butter or turkey sandwiches.

If they speak with their attorney face to face, they allegedly have to go into quarantine for two weeks.

No video visits or time with families is allowed unless everyone is fully vaccinated against COVID, and the list went on and on and on.

“And this is just to name a few things – I could go on. My family has been extremely impacted by all of this. My children are devastated that daddy was suddenly yanked out of their lives without any notice at all. My youngest, who just turned 5, tells me he ‘doesn’t even remember what I look like,’ and wants to know ‘am I ever coming home?'” Nichols recounted.

Rumors of torture and inhumane treatment have been swirling for months concerning Jan. 6 inmates.

A district court judge recently found the director of the jail and the warden in contempt of court because they did not provide adequate medical care for one inmate who has cancer and was suffering from a broken wrist.

Calling the delay of treatment for the defendant, Christopher Worrell, “incompetent” and “inexcusable,” Judge Royce C. Lamberth of Federal District Court in Washington announced he would also refer the case to the Justice Department for a potential investigation into whether Worrell’s civil rights had been violated.

“Does no one care?” Judge Lamberth asked the jail officials and their attorneys, describing their incompetent handling of Worrell’s treatment as “more than inept.”

Another man named Jeremy Brown, who was a Green Beret and a former Republican candidate for Congress in Florida’s 14th Congressional District, was arrested on September 30 after the FBI raided his home. They reportedly searched his house, RV, and trailer for five and a half hours. Brown claims he was not read his rights.

His girlfriend told the Gateway Pundit that he was being charged with trespassing, which is a misdemeanor. Brown reportedly stood outside the Capitol that day and rescued a woman. He reportedly never entered the Capitol during the riot and was there to provide security for the legal rally that took place.

Brown asserts all of this happened because he refused to be an informant for the FBI for the Jan. 6 riot. On Monday, he went on a hunger strike protesting his imprisonment.

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