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Help the January 6th
Political Prisoners

First, hit your knees and pray for each of the individuals being held in custody due to the events of January 6th and for their families. Their lives have been devastated and they need your petitions to God asking Him to restore to them what the locusts have stolen.

If you are so led, contact one or more of those prisoners by direct mail and inquire how you can help and/or if they have a donate/fundraiser site set up. 

To send a direct letter, include the prisoner's name, ID number and the address of the jail in which that prison is being held. Note that all mail will be opened and searched.

In the alternative, sending letters may be done using the free app—ameelio.org—linked here, in which you can send up to two letters per week to any given prisoner.

Sign the Petition to set these political prisoners free.

And last but not least, consider sending a polite and civil letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland demanding due process for those incarcerated in connection with January 6th—i.e., punishment commensurate with the actual crimes committed and that are appropriate in light of the conduct based on the facts pursuant to the Rule of Law necessary to mete out justice ... not ideoligically predicated punishment. 

And, if and when you do this, try to remember to add a post-script to your letter asking the Attorney General, where the hell is John Durham?