I wasn’t going to acknowledge this fool’s mewling, whiny, pathetic, self serving lies from the DC jail; but Marjorie Taylor Greene had to go and retweet his bullshit… 

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia on Saturday retweeted a letter from a man who said he was a “non violent” participant in the Capitol riot on January 6, though footage appeared to show him assaulting an officer that day.

Brad Geyer, a criminal-defense lawyer, had tweeted the letter from Nathaniel DeGrave, who said that he “never assaulted anyone” and that his goal at the Capitol was to film a documentary with his camera crew.


But videos from insurrection cases collected by ProPublica indicated that DeGrave attacked a Capitol officer after donning a full-face mask.

Another video appeared to show him entering the Senate floor, where he told the cameraman that he’d punched “this guy” in the head five times.

I see no reason to share the tweets. You can read the letter at Threadreader if you’ve got the stomach…

He claims to be an innocent mistreated political prisoner and complains about the guards, the food, the rules, the medical care, the plumbing, and even reverse-racism… Although he does appreciate the drugs!

…a large percentage of us are HEAVILY MEDICATED with anti-anxiety and anti-depressant drugs, which helps to cope with the psychological and mental ABUSE we endure.

Looks like he’s already blown his Cup Noodles money…

I need desperate help with my legal expenses and just help staying alive in here with commissary and all the expenses 

He’s facing 12 counts including conspiracy, obstruction, and assault…


Shortly after arriving on Capitol grounds, DeGrave and the two other men followed the crowd into the Capitol. While inside, DeGrave and Sandlin pushed several U.S. Capitol Police officers guarding an exterior door to the Capitol rotunda, prosecutors said.


Surveillance images from inside the Capitol show DeGrave standing with his fists raised, though it’s unclear why. Sandlin is carrying a camera. During an April court hearing for Sandlin, prosecutors mentioned Sandlin had attempted to sell footage of the riot before he was arrested in January.


A judge has not set a date for DeGrave’s trial. He faces federal charges that include conspiracy, obstruction of an official proceeding, and assaulting, resisting or impeding certain officers, among other charges.

DeGrave’s friends have set up a fundraising page for him, which describes Jan. 6 as a “mostly peaceful” rally. The fundraiser has a goal of $500,000, and had raised $0 as of Sunday.

The FBI continues to seek the public’s assistance in identifying individuals who participated in unlawful or violent conduct during the Capitol Insurrection…


If you have information about individuals who participated in unlawful actions at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, call 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-‪800-225-5324) or leave a tip online. You may also submit relevant photos and videos to the FBI here.

If you just can’t get enough information about the terrorists who tried to usurp our democracy, then these links are for you…

Department of Justice Capitol Breach Cases

FBI US Capitol Violence Most Wanted

Insider Searchable Table

George Washington University Spreadsheet Updated Daily

NPR Updated Database


ProPublica Capitol Riot videos lifted from Parler

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