Jailed Proud Boys leader would like to speak to the manager about bad prison food and stinky toilets

In October, a U.S. Marshals Service examination found water in certain areas “had been shut down for days” as penalty, developing an “overpowering” odor from “standing human sewage.” This led to the Justice Department moving 400 federal prisoners to a various facility.

” Ive been to jail prior to and what Ive seen here, Ive never ever seen anywhere else,” Tarrio informed Judge Jonathan H. Pittman on Monday. “This location requires to be shut down right away!”

Tarrio stated the conditions hes had to endure are “crazy,” calling the whole place a “gulag,” and that he fears for his life each and every single day.

Lawyers for the D.C. Department of Corrections contested the majority of Tarrios claims and said he hasnt suffered any mistreatment. When it comes to the flooding, they confessed there has actually been an issue with another detainee frequently plugging up his toilet in demonstration and theyre handling it.

“They dont move 400 prisoners for absolutely nothing,” Tarrio informed the judge.

Happy Boys was very first developed in 2016 and has been designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law. It doesnt permit trans men to be members and is understood for opposing things like mask mandates and Black Lives Matter as well as opposing drag shows. In 2015, countless LGBTQ individuals made #ProudBoys trend on Twitter by posting photos of proud gay couples to drown out content associated to the group.

This isnt the very first time the D.C. facility, which is likewise currently real estate numerous January 6 rioters, has been implicated of unsanitary conditions and violent practices.

Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, leader of the alt-right hate group Proud Boys, want to speak with the manager.

Tarrio is currently serving a 5 months sentence in a Washington, D.C. prison for burning a Black Lives Matter flag stolen from a historic Black church. Today, he asked a judge to reduce his sentence to 90 days and allow him to finish it under home arrest because the center where hes being held is just not up to his standards.

“Im deathly afraid that something is going to happen to me,” he said.

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His legal representative, Lucas I. Dansie, said that Tarrios “meals are actually included his cell, cold and frequently inedible.”

Tarrio whimpered that, not only are the correctional officers suggest to him, but his cell keeps getting flooded with unclean toilet water from a nearby cell and its revolting. Likewise, the halls smell like cigarette smoke and the food is simply dreadful.