‘Tribal’ D.C. juries seen denying justice for Durham, Jan. 6 prisoners

‘Tribal’ D.C. juries seen denying justice for Durham, Jan. 6 prisoners

by WorldTribune Staff, May 27, 2022 SWAMP WATCH Swamp Justice. The prosecution of Jan. 6 prisoners, many of whom remain locked up in D.C.’s American Gulag, and the criminal trial of Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann are providing a clear picture of just what that entails. When it comes to a trial in D.C., you’re […]

Reports: Pence, Harris were not at Capitol during Jan. 6 breach as DOJ had claimed

Reports: Pence, Harris were not at Capitol during Jan. 6 breach as DOJ had claimed

by WorldTribune Staff, March 21, 2022 A key component of the Department of Justice’s prosecution of Jan. 6 defendants is whether then-Vice President Mike Pence and Kamala Harris were present at the Capitol building when it was breached by protesters. It has already been determined that Harris was not. She was blocks away at the […]

Shut up and listen, II: Big Media’s narrative, 1991 and 2021

Shut up and listen, II: Big Media’s narrative, 1991 and 2021

Analysis by WorldTribune Staff, January 4, 2022 Media WATCH The holidays brought a welcome respite from a surreal year. What really happened? How many Americans drew their own conclusions and how many accepted official media analysis? Big Media at the end of 2021 “would not tell us the truth” just as they hadn’t in 1991, […]

Jan. 6 detainee denied attendance to his father’s funeral — decorated Vietnam, Korean War veteran

Jan. 6 detainee denied attendance to his father’s funeral — decorated Vietnam, Korean War veteran

by WorldTribune Staff, November 18, 2021 Jonathan Mellis, a Jan. 6 detainee at what many are calling the “American Gulag”, has been incarcerated for more than 270 days without a bond hearing. At one point, Mellis was reportedly held for 35 consecutive days in super-max solitary isolation without a disciplinary reason given. Mellis also was […]

American Gulag, Part II: Paul Johnson

American Gulag, Part II: Paul Johnson

by WorldTribune Staff, July 30, 2021 In April, FBI agents stormed the Virginia home of Paul Johnson and arrested him in connection with the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol building. Prosecutors have charged Johnson with inflicting bodily injury on certain officers; obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder; obstruction of justice and Congress; […]