MEET THE PATRIOTS
DC GULAG PATRIOTS IN THEIR OWN WORDS
AUDIO & VIDEO INTERVIEWS
LETTERS FROM THE PATRIOTS
Nathan Degrave: DC Gitmo Prisoner Nathan DeGrave Speaks with Greg Kelly (Newsmax)
Jake Lang: In the middle of an interview with Newsmax's 'American Agenda,' Jan 6 inmate Jake Lang's phone connection was "terminated by the facility" as he described conditions he's living in while behind bars.
Peter Schwartz: Cowboy Logic 5/22/22 - Jan 6 Prisoner (1st Interview)
Ronnie Sandlin: Jan 6er Ronnie Sandlin Calls into DC Vigil 9/5/22
Jessica Watkins: Trans Woman Jessica Watkins Stripped Naked and Left in Cell with Lights on for 24 Hours a Day for 4 Days – Is Still Being Held for Crime of Walking Through US Capitol, Talking to Cops, Following Orders on Jan. 6
Jonathan Mellis: “For the First Time We Were All Able to Sing the Star-Spangled Banner Together, We Sang it Loud and Proud” – Exclusive: Patriots Speak Out from the Inside of DC “GITMO” – One Year After January 6
Troy Smocks: Jan 6 Political Prisoner Troy Smocks Is a Black Man Originally from the KC Housing Projects – Today He Speaks Out from the DC Gulag and Refutes the Narrative That He is Housed with White Supremacists
Chris Quaglin: “I Went There for You My Son” – J6 Political Prisoner Was Brutally Beaten in Jail and Denied Celiac-Safe Food – Here Is His Heartfelt Letter to His Son on His First Birthday — Please Donate
James McGrew: “I Have Heard Many Stories of Horrors and Atrocities in Tiananmen Square. This Was America’s Tiananmen Square.” Jan 6 Victim of Police Brutality and Prosecutorial Misconduct – Marine James McGrew
SAY HER NAME
Rosanne Boyland, 34, died just outside of the Lower West Terrace tunnel after police pushed protesters out of the tunnel and caused them to pile on top of one another. Boyland was also beaten with a wooden stick by Metropolitan Police officer Lila Morris.
"One of the areas with the most mayhem was the West Capitol Steps around the time of the death of peaceful protester Rosanne Boyland. From afar, it looks like protesters were randomly hurling objects at police and swinging hockey sticks and flagpoles in their direction. This never made sense as most of these guys are former military and law enforcement that support police.
After an in-depth investigation dating back a year, The Gateway Pundit found irrefutable evidence that the men in this scene were not arbitrarily attacking police. They SAW something and were REACTING. Each and every protester in that area witnessed the brutal beating of protester Rosanne Boyland by Police Officer Lila Morris. They also witnessed cops beating other women like Victoria White. They witnessed the massive use of force by police as they teargassed protesters and pushed the crowd into a deep pile.
Police continued to douse the crowd with tear gas that literally created a deathtrap where protesters started to suffocate and pass out. Fellow protesters that desperately tried to assist the fallen were struck by police or teargassed as they begged for help."
OVERVIEW OF THE SITUATION SURROUNDING ROSANNE
At approximately 4:00PM, police began pushing protestors out of the Capitol Rotunda to the West Terrace tunnel exit. People became stuck in the enclosed space as police continued to push and deploy chemical spray.
Police were beating protestors who were stuck and unable to move, despite the fact they were not resisting or being aggressive. (Victoria White was one such protestor, who was hit in the head 35 times over the course of 4 minutes while facing away and unable to move amid the jam of people inside the tunnel.)
At approximately 4:15PM, as a large pile of people are pushed on top of each other, and Rosanne is among the first to call down. Protestors beg police to stop.
Police continued to push people on top of Rosanne while others beg them to stop and attempt to recover Rosanne from underneath the pile. Bystanders signal for police to stop pushing.
Lying on the ground unconscious, Boyland is hit multiple times with a wooden stick by D.C. police officer Lila Morris in the head and ribs. Police are trained NOT to stripe people in the head with a blunt object.
At approximately 4:28PM Rosanne's body is finally dragged out and a protestor attempts to give her CPR. Four minutes later police drag her back into the Capitol building. She is later pronounced dead.
The D.C. medical examiner then lied to us, reporting that she died of a drug overdose.
Use-of-force expert Stanley Kephart, upon reviewing the previously unreleased footage, concluded that the three full-force blows by D.C. police officer Lila Morris constituted a felony assault with intent to cause great bodily harm.
TIMELINE & BODYCAM STILL IMAGES
Police at the mouth of the Lower West Terrace tunnel at the U.S. Capitol ignored dozens of pleas to help Boyland after she collapsed, video shows.
The video shows that Morris raised the stick over her head with both hands and unleashed three quick hits to Boyland’s body as she lay motionless: one to the ribs and two to the head. The second blow to the head drew a horrified reaction from Winchell.
The wooden stick flew from Morris’s left hand as she wound up for another strike on Boyland, the videos show. Morris whiffed in her final attempted hit. The stick ricocheted off the tunnel arch and flew over Morris’s head.
Jake Lang (in leather jacket with hands in air) pleads with police to stop teargassing the fallen and let him help a dying Rosanne Boyland who is at his feet (not seen in photo but undisputedly documented in video to be exactly underneath where Lang stands). According to witnesses, police allegedly refused to let protesters help Boyland.
REPORTING ON ROSANNE
An independent forensic pathologist hired by the Boyland family contends that her cause of death wasn’t an overdose of the prescription drug Adderall—as reported by the D.C. medical examiner—but manual asphyxia. Boyland was crushed under a pile of people when police gassed protesters and pushed them out of the tunnel at about 4:20 p.m. on Jan. 6.
The never-before-seen footage featured in “The Truth About January 6th” was taken in the vicinity of the death of Rosanne Boyland, where her friend Justin Winchell is seen pleading with other protesters to help save his friend Boyland from the police. The Gateway Pundit broke the story last September that a DC Metropolitan Police Officer named Lila Morris was seen beating Boyland brutally as she lay unconscious on the Capitol steps.