According to one of the most faithful writers and supporters of J6 detainees, it is YES! However, we answered this first email mentioning that as far as we know, Prison Fellowship like many other Christian Organizations does not care to be linked with any J6ers.

During our research, we also found out that none of the legal Christian groups wants to touch J6 cases. They invoke excuses like “We do not take criminal cases”.

Following are two email we received from K.

A while back I read that Rep. Clay Higgins was kicked out of the DC gulag for bringing a Bible with him:

I never saw a follow up to the story. I don’t know if Rep. Higgins was ever allowed in the jail.

I’m writing to ask a couple of questions to which you may or may not have answers. One is to find out whether the J6 prisoners are permitted to have Bibles. I know that not all of the prisoners are at the DC gulag, so you may not have the answer for all the prisoners.

Also, do you know if Prison Fellowship (which was founded by Chuck Colson) has had any contact or correspondence with the prisoners?

Like many Americans I am simply a concerned citizen–specifically, very concerned about the treatment of the J6ers. I have sent cards to the J6ers who are incarcerated a number of times in the last two years. I don’t know if they actually receive the cards. I have also contacted numerous US congressmen and senators, state Attorneys General, Supreme Court Justices, even one of the judges so many times I’ve lost count.

Thank you so much for the work you do on their behalf.

Best regards,

Supporter Name Withheld

I checked with “religious services” at the DC Correctional Treatment Facility to ask if inmates are allowed to have Bibles. My phone call was returned by Ms. Sholley (I think that’s the correct spelling). She told me that they had enough Bibles available for the inmates. An inmate must request one, and he may keep it as a personal copy.

I also left two messages last week with the Chaplain at the Central Virginia Regional Jail (asking if inmates are allowed to receive Bibles), but so far I have not received a reply. If I hear nothing today, I will send a letter to him.
If you should hear about an inmate requesting a Bible at the DC-CTF and being denied one, would you let me know?
Thanks again for all that you do for the inmates.
Best wishes,
Supporter Name Withheld