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The political prisoners from January 6th are in dire need of assistance, and it appears Congress won’t be the ones to provide it. Therefore, it’s time to appeal to the highest authority – the Supreme Court of the United States. Should the high court agree to hear this case, it could turn the tables on everything the regime has done to unjustly punish and abuse these American citizens.

Newsweek (emphasis ours):

A new petition to the Supreme Court could upend hundreds of cases related to the January 6 Capitol riot if the Court’s conservative majority decides to hear an appeal from a New York man who is awaiting his sentencing for assaulting a police officer, among other charges.

Edward Lang, who was arrested and charged for his role in the riot after he posted photos and videos on social media placing him at the Capitol that day, filed a petition with the Court on Friday. He is asking the justices to hear his appeal of one of the 11 charges he was indicted on: obstruction of an official proceeding.

The charge in question has been deployed against hundreds of defendants involved in the January 6, 2021, riot, including Jacob Chansley (aka QAnon Shaman), Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and former Olympic swimmer Klete Keller. The charge was also cited by the House committee investigating the riot when the panel issued criminal referrals against Donald Trump. The official proceeding refers to Congress’ certification of the Electoral College votes that elected Joe Biden president.

Norman Pattis, Lang’s attorney, told Newsweek that he believes the use of the statute that the litigation is centered around could upend the cases of “hundreds of defendants.”

“The government misuse and abuse of the federal penal code in the [January 6] cases is shocking,” Pattis said.

The statute that Lang’s legal team is arguing has been too broadly applied in his case comes from a federal law that states an individual who “corruptly alters, destroys, mutilates, or conceals a record, document” or “otherwise obstructs, influences, or impedes any official proceeding, or attempts to do so” can be imprisoned for up to 20 years.

In the appeal to the Supreme Court, Lang’s lawyers are claiming the other side did not prove anything “corrupt” went down. Many believe the lower courts have screwed this up six ways from Sunday, thanks to activist judges. They’ve politicized interpretations and created a tangled web of opinions and a pile of unanswered questions. January 6 political prisoner Jake Lang joined Real America’s Voice to discuss this promising move.

It’s as if all these so-called “legal eagles” are out there singing completely different tunes, totally unable to find any legal harmony whatsoever. Let’s hope the Supreme Court takes this case and sets everyone straight once and for all.