After the months spent waiting for some details from the Jan. 6 prisoners, finally, we got some. Those people with minor charges are still in prison. But, we found one who was in jail and got released yesterday.
Jerrod Sessler, congressional candidate, with his son, filmed one video yesterday. Karl Dresch, another prisoner about the riots, was released. Together with Mr. Sessler, he defended human rights in prison. So, Dresch agreed to share his story!
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Below you can see the video:
Something here is incredible.
Dresch shared he couldn’t shave without being vaccinated. Shortly said, if you don’t get the vaccine, you can’t get the basic sanitary requirements.
Dresch added he remained in his cell because his crime was parading. That’s not even a crime.
Just think of the crimes BLM and ANTIFA members did, and they are still released from prison.
WUSA9 covered this story:
Judge Amy Berman Jackson said it was clear from statements he made before and after January 6 that Karl Dresch, of Calumet, Michigan, didn’t travel to D.C. on January 6 to attend a rally – and that he wasn’t charged or jailed because of his political views.
“He is not a political prisoner,” Jackson said. “We are not here today because he supported former President Trump. He was an enthusiastic participant in an effort to subvert the electoral process.”
Dresch has been in custody since his arrest in January on multiple charges in connection with the Capitol riot, including obstruction of an official proceeding and disorderly conduct.
According to charging documents, Dresch posted multiple photos and videos of himself inside the Capitol on January 6, including one with a caption denying that “antifa” had been responsible for the breach.
He remained in jail for more than six months, most of the time in one cell why because he was posting pictures. If you ask me, he’s a harmless person who wanted to contribute to the well of America! But, he was caught by the radical left agenda.
We are happy that he’s out, and we have to remind you that we live in a free country.