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Broken Faith: The Tragic Consequences of Failed Justice

In the wake of the events of January 6, 2021, several men, firm believers in the American system of justice, found themselves ensnared in a legal quagmire that shattered their faith in the very system they once revered. Their stories serve as poignant reminders of the dire consequences when justice fails to uphold its promise of fairness and protection.

These men, exercising their constitutional right to protest, never anticipated the harrowing ordeal that awaited them. What began as a demonstration on Capitol Hill swiftly escalated into a legal battle that would consume their lives and livelihoods. Despite their belief in the sanctity of their actions, they were met with an unforgiving response from the government, wielding its authority to silence dissent and punish perceived wrongdoers.

Caught in the crosshairs of a politically charged atmosphere, these individuals faced relentless scrutiny and vilification. As the legal proceedings unfolded, they found themselves abandoned by the very system they once trusted to safeguard their rights. Instead of receiving fair treatment and due process, they were subjected to a relentless campaign aimed at bankrupting them and destroying their lives.

Faced with mounting legal fees, public condemnation, and the prospect of prolonged incarceration, these men saw their hopes and dreams evaporate before their eyes. Unable to bear the weight of injustice any longer, they made the tragic decision to end their own lives, leaving behind grieving families and a nation grappling with the consequences of its actions.

Their stories serve as a stark reminder of the immense power wielded by the government and the profound impact it can have on the lives of its citizens. In a country founded on principles of freedom and justice for all, the failure to uphold these ideals exacts a heavy toll, leaving behind shattered lives and shattered dreams.

As we reflect on the events of January 6 and its aftermath, let us not forget the human cost of unchecked power and the urgent need for reform. Only by holding our institutions accountable and reaffirming our commitment to justice can we hope to prevent such tragedies from occurring in the future.

Matthew Perna

Jord Meachum

Jord Meachum worked on the family's ranch, and enjoyed riding horses, hunting, fishing, and doing anything outdoors. He was a big history buff and was a good cook, soup being his specialty. Listening to music was a big part of his life and young kids were drawn to him. He spent the summers working at Leader Creek Fisheries in Naknek, Alaska and cherished the time he spent there and the many friendships that he made.

Mark Aungst

Mark was a gas field well service technician in the area. He was a member of the Messiah Lutheran Church. A loyal and dedicated man, Mark showed tremendous pride in God and his country. Above all else, Mark loved his daughter and any time they spent together, as she was truly his world.

Christopher Georgia

The Georgia banker who took his own life following his arrest during the tumultuous events at Capitol Hill in Washington DC last week has been characterized by one acquaintance as a 'devoted family man'.

Christopher Stanton Georgia, aged 53, fatally shot himself at his residence in Alpharetta on Saturday morning. The father of two was discovered with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest, as confirmed by The Fulton County Medical Examiner.

A close friend from high school, Ashley Gunnin, expressed her profound sorrow over his passing, stating to on Wednesday: 'His death deeply saddens me. I hope he is remembered as someone who cherished his family and daughters deeply."

'The Chris I knew bore no resemblance to the events we witnessed unfolding in DC on television over the past week. None whatsoever. He held an immense love for his family and daughters.'

David Homol

David traveled to the Capitol with his brother and was awaiting trial when he tragically took his own life. The Department of Justice charged him with felony offenses of obstruction of an official proceeding, civil disorder, and assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers.

Other charges he was facing included, several misdemeanor offenses, including knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds, engaging in physical violence in a restricted building or ground, disorderly conduct in a Capitol building, and act of physical violence on Capitol grounds, according to the DOJ.

While our brief article merely scratches the surface, it's crucial to acknowledge the profound impact of the Department of Justice's overreach on countless lives. Additionally, the mainstream media's failure to unearth the truth behind the events of that day — when thousands of Americans gathered at the Capitol, driven by the belief in an illegitimate election — further underscores the urgent need for transparency and accountability in our society.

The Epoch Times has an enlightening documentary of the incidents that occurred that further sheds light on these incidents, and can be viewed by clicking this link.  

We would like to express our gratitude to individuals such as @BrandonStraka, @JohnStrand, Julie Kelley, and the many others who have fearlessly exposed the falsehoods perpetuated by the government, media, and certain members of Congress. Their unwavering commitment to truth-telling and holding those in power accountable is commendable and serves as a beacon of hope in these challenging times.

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