First Jan. 6 Defendant Files Habeas Corpus Petition

In this image from video, Christopher Quaglin, left, stands near the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. on Jan. 6, 2021. (DOJ via The Epoch Times)

A Jan. 6 defendant has filed a habeas corpus petition, alleging his constitutional rights have been repeatedly violated while being held pending trial. He’s the first implicated in the breach of the Capital to file such a petition.

Christopher Quaglin, 36, has been denied necessities like medicine, forced to live in substandard conditions, and prevented from reviewing materials regarding the charges against him, according to the 61-page petition, which was filed in federal court in Washington this week.

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