"And that's why I was hired by McBride Law Firm to get into the video evidence and really find out what happened. This police brutality is over the top and people are not going to understand until they're able to see it," Sumrall told host Alex Newman during the June 3 episode of "The Sentinel Report" on Brighteon.TV.
Sumrall was referring to an incident that happened to Donald Trump supporter Victoria White, who was brutally beaten in the head with a baton by a police officer during the Stop the Steal rally in Washington D.C. on January 6 last year. (Related: Three hours of Capitol riot tunnel footage shows aggressive police beating, alleged provocateur inciting crowd)
He also lamented the death of Benjamin Phillips and Kevin Greeson.
"We all need to know what happened to them. We know Roseanne Boyle and Ashley Babbitt. We think we know the officers' sick nick thing, but people will be shocked when they find out all the details on that as well. But these two men were killed by hand grenades. They didn't die from natural causes. And the public really needs to understand that so they can be properly outraged," Sumrall said.
Newman agreed and added that there is so much that the public does not know yet about the January 6 incident. The host related that the January 6 prisoners were not being fed adequately and they were being brutalized and treated as some sort of terrorists.
Sumrall said the American media doesn't want people to know the level of suffering that the families and prisoners are going through, as well as the lack of due process. He added that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is coming into states and abducting Americans without the knowledge of the governor, attorney general and even the sheriff.
"Where's the chain of custody? And then [they're] taking these people out of their state and taking them to a foreign country, which is the District of Columbia. At some point, when you go to a federal property, that's kidnapping. They don't have the right to do these things. And yet no one is standing up," Sumrall said.
There's also a strong possibility that the FBI was involved in the January 6 incident from the very beginning. Trump thought so.
"Exactly how many of those present at the Capitol complex on January 6 were FBI confidential informants, agents or otherwise, working directly or indirectly with an agency of the United States government? People want to hear this," Trump said at a rally in Arizona earlier this year.
According to Sumrall, the American people need to support the January 6 prisoners now more than ever because the government, the judges and the lawyers are not doing their job. He said they have formed a prayer group for the January 6 prisoners and have received several calls pledging support to them. There's also a campaign letter and a fundraiser at StopHate.com.
Sumrall said that everybody needs to be a part of a prayer group because Americans need to pray for the country. He also lauded Newman in his stance for the January 6 defendants.
Newman said that the Jan. 6 prisoners are in a horrific condition and it's just a matter of time before it starts happening to a lot of people.
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