BREAKING: DC Judge Orders Release of 3 Hours of Capitol Surveillance Video from inside West Terrace Tunnel on Jan. 6 Where Police Were Beating the Hell Out of Trump Supporters – The Gateway Pundit

BREAKING: DC Judge Orders Release of 3 Hours of Capitol Surveillance Video from inside West Terrace Tunnel on Jan. 6 Where Police Were Beating the Hell Out of Trump Supporters – The Gateway Pundit

By Jim Hoft, Published December 20, 2021

Texas resident and Marine veteran Ryan Nichols is being held in the special unit in DC Jail for January 6th defendants. Nichols is being held indefinitely without bail. Nichols went through 5 jails within 50 days before finally being locked in solitary confinement for 23-30 hours a day in Washington DC on March 9.

Ryan Nichols is an honorably discharged U.S. Marine. He is a defendant facing charges related to his participation in riots that took place at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.

On Monday Nichols went before Reagan appointed judge Judge Thomas Hogan in a DC court.

During his hearing, the judge and Biden DOJ defended his torturous treatment and isolation using COVID as an excuse.

The DOJ and DC court also believes that any talk about a stolen election is forbidden and is being used against the Gulag prisoners.

Nichols was seen on Jan. 6 rescuing one police officer. He also participated in some of the violence. For this, he is rotting in prison today.

On Monday Judge Hogan ordered the release of 3 hours of Capitol surveillance video from inside the west terrace tunnel on January 6. This was the scene of fierce battles between the police and Trump supporters. The police beat the hell out of Trump supporters that day killing two female Trump supporters.

This is a big development. The Biden DOJ, Liz Cheney, and the Jan. 6 Committee have been using cherry-picked video clips to define what happened on January 6th. They fear the truth getting out to the American public.

Julie Kelly from American Greatness followed Nichols’s hearing live today.

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