VIDEO: Wife of Marine Veteran Speaks Out for Husband Subjected to Torture for Protesting Election Fraud on Jan. 6
Bonnie Nichols, wife of U.S. Marine Corps veteran Ryan Nichols, has had her family torn apart by deep state thugs. Her husband has been held in a Washington D.C. jail for nearly 600 days, denied a right to speedy trial and tortured in solitary confinement for protesting election fraud peacefully on Jan. 6, 2021.
This is her story:
Meet Bonnie Nichols. Her husband, USMC Veteran Ryan Nichols, has been held in the DC Jail for 590 days.
He’s been tortured in solitary confinement, & is being denied basic human & constitutional rights.
His crime? Protesting Joe Biden.
— Alex Bruesewitz 🇺🇸 (@alexbruesewitz) August 30, 2022
Ryan Nichols spoke about the horrors he has had to endure behind bars on a GiveSendGo account set up to raise funds for his legal fees.
“I own a Non-Profit Organization called “Rescue The Universe” that focuses on Hurricane, Tornado, and Flooding Search And Rescue. We work directly with Law Enforcement, Emergency Crews, and even Military during these rescues. Our rescue efforts, often funded with our own money, have helped save WELL OVER 150+ people in over the last 4 years,” he wrote.
“We have helped feed, clothe, and save communities, and want to continue doing that in the future when this is over,” he added. “Right now, my main focus is getting home to my wife and children, and navigating this legal situation to the best of my ability. I deeply appreciate any and every bit of support we are offered, and look forward to moving forward from this nightmare.”
Big League Politics has reported on the torture the Jan. 6 defendants have been forced to endure while being politically persecuted by the illegitimate coup regime in Washington D.C.:
“A defense attorney for a Jan. 6 defendant has compared the treatment of his client to Soviet Russia and claimed he has “never seen such a blatant disregard for inmates’ rights.”
“The DC Jail is more reminiscent of Solzhenistyn’s ‘One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich’ than it is of any remotely acceptable penal institution,” the attorney wrote in a filing.