The existence of a Gulag in the United States was originally discovered by a grassroots activist in Washington, D.C. who, over a year ago, complained to US House Representatives with control of the DC prison system about the horrific conditions in which individuals were being imprisoned. The radical far-left Mayor Bowser was aware of the conditions, while everyone else appeared to be unaware of what was occurring.
It has been an open secret for over a year that American citizens have been detained in that DC prison and elsewhere, awaiting trials that are continually delayed and dragged out, where prisoners are abused and tortured, mistreated and denied their rights – in what appears to be an effort to get them to give up.
Many of these individuals have been separated from their families for almost a year while they await their trial for attending a rally in the nation’s capital.
And this tragedy, as reported by the Epoch Times, is much more tragic:
On March 10, 2021, Chris Worrell was arrested.
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According to the March 10, 2021, criminal complaint, Worrell is charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building or grounds, engaging in disorderly or disruptive conduct in a restricted building, and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.
“I was at the ellipse with Chris and we were separated for seven and a half hours because the crowd was so enormous we couldn’t meet up with each other,” Priller recalled, adding that while the cell towers were down and they couldn’t communicate by phone, they could receive the occasional text message “here and there.”
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Two months later, on March 11, Worrell and some of his friends headed off for a weekend canoeing trip in northern Florida. It was a Friday, and Priller was home alone when the FBI raided the house.
After Worrell was arrested, he was originally granted pretrial release on bond, but a second judge ordered a stay on Worrell’s release, and Worrell was instead transferred to Charlotte County, Florida, where he was held for three weeks.
Worrell has a rare form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a type of blood cancer, and had been managing the illness since he was diagnosed in 2007. He remained at stage one of the illness for several years. Read more…