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“Is Anyone Irate and Tireless Enough to Save our Republic for our Children and Children’s Children?” – Political Prisoner Jeremy Brown Writes an Open Letter from Pinellas County Jail

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by Jim Hoft

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.

As we reported last year, Jeremy Brown refused to be an informant for the dirty FBI — They wanted him to be one of their operatives at the Jan. 6 Trump rallies. He refused them so they stormed his home at 3:45 PM on Thursday, September 30th, and arrested him on bogus misdemeanor charges.

The FBI sent 20 vehicles to his home to make the 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. We were told the FBI did not read Jeremy Brown his rights.

Today, Jeremy is still being held without bail for a charge of trespassing! While others in NYC, & other places, with a history of violent crimes, are out with no, or very little, bail Jeremy Brown is still sitting in jail for committing a misdemeanor on Jan. 6, 2021.  Jeremy entered the imaginary no-go zone around the US Capitol that was not marked and where police officers were waving Trump supporters in.  Jeremy also is on film saving a woman’s life from the Capitol Police that day.  He did not enter the US Capitol. This is a clear violation of the US Constitution and international law.

Meanwhile, terrorist Antifa bomber Garrett Smith was released from Pinellas County Jail last Thursday without posting bond on his own recognizance.  Garrett James Smith, was seen running away from the Jan. 6, 2022 rally for the political prisoners before he was apprehended by police and caught with a backpack containing a pipe bomb, a gas mask, pepper spray, smoke rockets, and flammable rags.

Today we are posting Jeremy Brown’s latest letter from the Pinellas County jail.

** Please donate to Jeremy Brown’s GiveSendGo account today.

Read the open letter from Jeremy Brown below:

If people would like to send Jeremy an encouraging card they can do so at:

Jeremy Brown
Inmate 1875858
14400 49th St. N
Clearwater, FL 33762

** Please donate to Jeremy Brown’s GiveSendGo account today.

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