Leaked Photos Show Jan 6 Prisoner Tortured, Held in Horrific Conditions for Months

New photos have been leaked from a Philadelphia prison, exposing the horrific conditions that a Jan. 6 prisoner is being subjected to.

The images show Jan. 6 prisoner Ryan Samsel pictured in the closet room he has been held in isolation for the past five months.

Samsel has been held in prison without trial since January 2021.

During his two-and-a-half years in jail, Ryan has been moved around to 17 different facilities.

He has been beaten, abused, tortured, and neglected since his arrest in January 2021.

The new photos were leaked from the FDC in Philadelphia to The Gateway Pundit.

The cell was a size of a closet with a light on 24 hours a day.

The cell doesn’t have a bed and only offers a thin blue mattress on the floor with no sheets or blankets.

With no clothing, Samsel was kept in this cell for five months straight.

In a conversation this week, Samsel told The Gateway Pundit: “I was kept in … a hard cell.

“And in that particular cell about five, six months. I even told you what was happening is the judge was actually calling, trying to get in contact with me because I wasn’t in a named cell.

“They were missing me and they were saying I wasn’t showing up to court.

“They were saying I wasn’t showing up to medical.

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“But they were pretty much keeping me in there…

“Like I said, it was cold, the light was on, there’s zero window.

“And that followed me from Virginia. When I was in Virginia, it was the same exact conditions.”

Ryan described the same situation in Virginia.

“It was Central Regional Virginia Jail (CVRJ),” he recalled.

“I was kept in and they called it booking hard cell, which is you get zero phone, zero commissary, zero clothing because they think that you’re going to hang yourself and you’re on constant surveillance.

“You’re under surveillance constantly.

“The light has to be on 24/7. You’re locked in a cell.

“There is no getting out,” he noted.

“The windows in Virginia were covered by a black mat, so you weren’t able to see.

“And it’s constant nothing. It’s deprivation of everything.”

Samsel believes the government tortured him for months so he would testify against the Proud Boys.

Samsel says he was beaten numerous times and was kept locked down so he couldn’t communicate with anyone.

He is not alone, however.

Numerous Jan. 6 prisoners have been held for months in torturous conditions, dozens have been sentenced to extreme sentences for non-violent crimes.

A fundraising campaign has been set up to help raise money for Sansels legal fees.

READ MORE: Ex-Capitol Police Chief Exposes Pelosi’s ‘Set Up’ on Jan 6: ‘It Just Gets Worse’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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