The mother of a Jan 6 prisoner is becoming more desperate after her son fell silent from prison, and no one is giving her any answers.
Lynda Davison’s son, Larry Brock Jr., was indicted on six charges including obstruction of an official proceeding, which carries a 20-year prison sentence, The Epoch Times reported.
Brock announced his plans to go on a hunger strike prior to being sent to prison.
Brock dropped 30 pounds, and his current health status is unknown.
“He called on Monday, the 24th [of July], and said he couldn’t call at their normal time of 11 a.m. because he ‘had a meeting,'” Mrs. Davison recalled.
“But then all of a sudden, Larry didn’t call me back that Monday. He didn’t call that evening, and I didn’t worry about it too much. But then the next day, and the next day, and the next, and the next, and nobody hears from him, and that went on until this past Sunday.”
It has been almost two weeks, and no one has heard from Brock.
“He called his girlfriend and started telling her all this stuff about how they’ve moved him to supermax, and all I know about supermax is that it’s horrible,” Mrs. Davison told The Epoch Times, her voice emotional. “This is like a nightmare.”
Brck was moved and placed under supermax restrictions on July 25.
Now he is only allowed to call his mother once a month, wheras before he could call once a day.
Brock is also alone in a cell 23 hours a day and no longer allowed to send or receive emails.
Davison said she has been given no reason for the change in her son’s conditions, other than they have “decided to put him under investigation,”
Even the attorney of the Jan 6 prisoner, Charles Burnham, has no explanation for his mother.
“I don’t know anything about why Larry is now under such restrictive conditions other than what I’ve heard secondhand from his family,” Mr. Burnham said.
“I’ve emailed everybody I know, and nobody has answered my questions, which is typical of [the Bureau of Police]. I got an email from the warden’s office saying they forwarded my email to someone else, and they’re going to have someone get me in touch with his counselor so I can set up a call with him.”
“I can’t find out anything,” Brock’s mother said, her voice quivering as she broke of into sobs. “I just don’t know. I’m sorry. I can’t.”
Her husband, Lowry continued:
“It’s been so hard on her. So hard,” he said. “We lost our youngest, her youngest, it was my stepson, back in ’91, to an automobile accident. Now our only son is wrapped up in this nonsense. It’s hard on her. It’s hard on him. It’s hard on the whole family.”
Although the government wanted to sentence Brock to three years, the judge sentenced him to two years
“What happened to the First Amendment rights of free speech, the right to assemble and to petition the government for redress of our grievances?” He asked. “This is so wrong.”
“As far as I’m concerned, as an American citizen, the U.S. attorney’s department and the judiciary in Washington, D.C. are corrupt,” he asserted, saying, “They all go to the same little parties and bought into the same liberal agenda, and you will not ever get a fair trial as a conservative in Washington, D.C.”
Mr. Davison said his stepson already paid a large price for taking part in the Jan 6 protests , saying he lost his pilot’s license, was fired from his job, and was refused a license when he tried to start his own business.
“I am 78 years old, and this is the most corrupt I have ever seen this government,” Mr. Davison said.
“I never thought I’d see this. This used to only happen in China and Russia. You don’t put Americans in jail and refuse them their rights. What’s going on with this country?”