- Oct 10, 2013
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- South East US
I agree Jeremy brown was an exemplary soldier and being a soldier I can and do respect that. But the facts say he went into the capital building with zip ties on him, looking to restrain his captives. I’m sorry he was caught up in believing the lies about a stolen election and was impassioned to break the law. I tried to view your link to show him helping a woman but it didn’t work. I don’t even doubt he tried to help a woman, but that would hve been after he had been inside the capital building. That is what he was arrested for. Not protesting, not observing or standing by idly. He was dressed in battle gear for this, showing intent to do what he did.Jeremy Brown is a Green Beret and former Republican candidate for Congress in Florida’s 14th Congressional District. Brown served in the United States Army from 1992 to 2012 and reached the rank of Special Forces Master Sergeant. You must have him mistaken for someone else. . . .
Jeremy was charged with trespassing, a misdemeanor. Jeremy Brown NEVER entered the US Capitol on January 6. The judge has refused to release Jeremy Brown from jail for standing outside the US Capitol on Jan. 6. The FBI sent 20 vehicles for his arrest. DHS and Pinellas County law enforcement were also present. The FBI was in Jeremy’s home for 5-and-a-half hours looking for evidence and the FBI did not read Jeremy his rights.
Jeremy Brown is currently sitting in jail for attending the Jan. 6 protests in Washington DC… In this just released video, Brown is seen helping a woman who was assaulted by police and was down on the cement.
Watch Til the End: Jeremy Brown Rescues Helpless Woman from Capitol Police Assault on Jan. 6
Jeremy Brown is a hero.
Jeremy Brown has always been a hero.
Now he is rotting in jail due to the lies of the Biden DOJ.