In the Spotlight
By Cara Castronuova
Published August 4, 2022
by Guest Writer Olivia Wolfe
“You have a megaphone. You need to tell people the plans. We are going inside,” Ray Epps allegedly told a protestor on Constitution Avenue on January 6th.
This protestor was J6 defendant Sean Michael McHugh. McHugh has sat in DC Gitmo for over a year now in inhuman conditions while Ray Epps roams free.
In fact, McHugh is being urged by his public defender to accept a plea offer that would put him in jail for 7-8 years – despite injuring no one, damaging nothing, not entering the building and abiding by curfew.
McHugh is the third man to come forward to say he was witness to Rap Epps igniting lawlessness that day.
Even leftists classify Epps as a “kind of a mentor… seen on the front lines”who “gives instructions” and “seems to help direct the breach.” One other January 6 defendant told the Epoch Times that Epps pulled three men from the crowd and directed them to obtain siege weapons from a hatch on Capitol grounds.
So why is McHugh accused of a “de facto leadership role” for repeating Epps orders to march peacefully?
Declining to charge Epps, the DOJ is defying common sense and Constitutional law. While others are being vindictively prosecuted, Epps walks free. For far less inflammatory statements, others are being penalized with “Leadership Enhancements”. This is a clear violation of our rights under the United States Constitution.
Sean McHugh needs a lawyer who will confront injustice with courage. His fight is the fight for all Americans.
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