I am convinced that the DOJ prosecutors of the J6 protesters could walk under a pregnant cockroach without stooping. If they had one moral it would die of loneliness.
Jan. 6 protestor Thomas Caldwell is a sick man and he wants to use that to stay out of prison. The prosecutors want him behind bars for many years to come, hoping that he dies before being released. They released his medical report and at first it looked like it was damning, but his lawyers noticed right away there was a problem.
His lawyers had previously gotten a copy of the report and they noticed That page listed the medications right away tat there was a page missing. That page contained the list of medications he was supposed to take. Caldwell had complained that they were not giving him his medicines which the prosecutors denied. They claimed they had been giving him his prescription every day. The problem is the missing page showed he was to be taking seven medications, not just one.
The prosecutors are demanding that Caldwell be given a sentence of 14 years in prison. The judge has halted sentencing until the Supreme Court decides the fate of the obstruction charges.
The defense attorney said:
“Interestingly, the undersigned’s copy and the government’s copy of the CVRJ records are identical with one notable exception: the government’s copy, i.e., Government Exhibit-9, is missing one page—a page that sets forth in detail which medications Caldwell received (and the dates they were administered) while at CVRJ.”
“This missing page proves that Caldwell was not provided with six of his seven prescribed medications while at CVRJ. Respectfully, the government should retract its claim that Caldwell misled the public vis-à-vis not receiving his prescribed medications.”
According to Caldwell’s attorney, his client was prescribed Oxymorphone (Opana), Lansoprazole, Hydrocortisone, Clonidine, Lunesta, Vyvanse, and Relpax.
When he was incarcerated, however, the visiting physician at CVRJ, incorrectly assumed that Caldwell was an opiate addict, and ordered that Opana—the medication most necessary to block Caldwell’s back and neck pain—be withheld, his lawyer said. Additionally, Caldwell was allegedly not provided with Lunesta, a sleep aid that allows him to sleep through his pain.
Relpax, a medication designed to combat Caldwell’s chronic, severe migraine headaches, was likewise withheld, according to Fischer. And instead of prescription strength Lansoprazole, CVRJ allegedly provided Caldwell with a less potent, over-the-counter substitute (Omeprazole), which was ineffective.
“In fact, the only prescribed medication consistently provided to Caldwell was hydrocortisone, an anti-inflammatory drug, which does little to relieve Caldwell’s chronic pain,” the defense attorney said.
The DOJ has not responded to the filing from Caldwell, who spent 53 days in jail—49 of which were in solitary confinement—before being released to house arrest. Caldwell was a defendant in the Oath Keepers seditious conspiracy trial, but he was acquitted of the sedition charge and two other conspiracy charges.