Wounded Iraqi War Veteran and Jan 6 Prisoner Releases Poems from DC “GITMO” in Hopes of Providing a Glimpse at the Goodness and Humanity in Men’s Hearts

Wounded Iraqi War Veteran and Jan 6 Prisoner Releases Poems from DC “GITMO” in Hopes of Providing a Glimpse at the Goodness and Humanity in Men’s Hearts


Jan 6 political prisoner James McGrew

By Kelly Wilde

The all too familiar story of an ungrateful oligarchy sicking its rabid prosecutorial arm on American citizens with the voracity of Michael Vick strikes at the heart of the story of James McGrew—a 39-year-old Marine Corps Lance Corporal and Iraqi War veteran from Mississippi who had been counseling addicts to recovery, and finally surmounting his own, when the FBI arrested him at his sister’s Arizona home in May for rallying at the Capitol four months earlier on January 6th.

** Please consider donating to James McGrew’s legal fundraiser here:  https://www.givesendgo.com/G26SJ

James McGrew is a true patriot who gave four years of his life to serve his country. Yet, he has been held without bond, denied

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