This is what a J6er looks like when he receives mail from supporters thanks to the Patriot Mail Project!
Daniel received mail before going to jail to serve the last 39 days of an unjust sentence and was very grateful. He is now getting mail at FCI Bastrop in Texas while serving his sentence and is very appreciative.
Daniel is in pretty good spirit though like his family and friends he is counting the days. It is a small sentence compared to other J6ers, many of them facing multiple years in prison. However, J6patriotnews will continue to maintain that the vast majority of people who attended the J6 rally do not deserve one day in jail. What the media continues to call a riot or worse an insurrection though not one was charged for an insurrection, started after the police attacked peaceful protestors. Unlike the media who describe Antifa riots as “mostly peaceful protests” though they burnt buildings and did actually attack the police, J6ers were standing peacefully singing hymns or the national anthem, praying, chanting USA and other patriotic slogans. The actions that followed were self-defense against out-of-control police. Most believe that this was a setup. See information gathered by stophate and InvestigateJ6 (both on X formely Twitter).
Daniel spends his time reading the Bible as well as several books he was sent by supporters. A day in prison drags on and on, so reading is a good way to pass time. Since he is not part of a “group”, he is not allowed to watch TV which he does not mind too much. The food, he says, is OK and healthier that the one at the Fanin County jail. He is rarely going outside for rec since the temperature is in the 105 and above range. He misses the beautiful microclimate of San Francisco! He always wants to know what is going on “outside in the world”. Daniel who works for stophate.com will resume his job as soon as he gets out.
Please pray for him and help him with his fundraiser.
If you are visiting an inmate, be aware the vending machines may swallow your money and refuse to give you what you paid for. This is the reality of prisons where there is no recourse to recover the money you lost. So, take enough cash to buy food for your loved one, even if it is not great food, but he will appreciate it. Depending on the security level of the jail you may be able to actually hug your inmate at the beginning and at the end of the visit. Allow plenty of time to check in. You will have to wait between 15 and 40 minutes before he/she appears in the visiting room. Visitor should arrive before 2:00 pm as the prisons do not process visitors after that time. Visits end at 3:00 pm. Read the dress code rules otherwise you will have to visit the closest Walmart store.
There are several Texans who are incarcerated in the state or elsewhere (see PMP cards below).
David Judd designed a great T-shirt you can order here.