J6 political prisoner Pete Schwartz was arrested on Feb, 2nd 2021. He was charged with pepper-spraying officers during the Jan. 6 protest. He was with his wife when the Gestapo raided his home with flashbang grenades, armored vehicles, and more than 10 assault rifles aimed at his chest.
“At no point did either my wife or I resist, but we were both roughly handled and forced/dragged up the stairs after being shackled and handcuffed as we were shoved around,”
“Today is Nov. 8, 2021. I was arrested on Feb, 2nd 2021. The only portion of my discovery, (the evidence against me), that I’ve seen, is a warrant that was publicly published by Forbes Magazine. After this much time of being incarcerated, I don’t know what evidence is being used against me, nor do I even know what specifically I’m being charged with.”
Schwartz called The Gateway Pundit and he was interviewed. Here is the transcript of that call:
Peter Schwartz: My name is Peter Morris. I’m housed in the DC Gulag Department of Corrections. I’ve been here I’ve never had a boss hearing. They gave me two reconsiderations for bond hearing, and they said nothing’s changed since my initial bond hearing, which was nonexistent. I’ve never had a bond hearing. And so they’ve justified that and kept me in solitary confinement in the whole for six months of these last two years with no charges against me. And I watched the Trump’s beach with my wife. We had gone there. I’m a traveling welder, and we ran out a job on Pennsylvania. So we went and watched the Trump speech. I’m a Trump supporter. Whatever. And that’s what we were there for. And we got funneled into the protest. And while we were standing, we didn’t see any of the agitation or we didn’t see anybody. We never came to a police barrier. We never came to a trespassing sign, but the police started shooting at us, and they shot my leg and my wife shoot the leg and gave her a well, with the sting balls. They see us gas.
Jim Hoft: That was with one of those, you say, what was it? She got hit with a rubber bullet or what? Oh, a sting ball. Okay.
Peter Schwartz: So then while the crowds all gas, they opened up this line, and everybody funneled to get away from the gas, and they were funneling us in the area. They wanted cops were behind us, and cops were in front of us, and they were hurting us into this area, where they then closed in on us and continued to amaze us and attack us and this and that. And I’m accused of, after 20 minutes of this, finally spring back to them, is what they’ve accused me of, which, not for nothing, a person should have the right to defend themselves anyhow. So what they’re trying to do is my trial, which is in less than two weeks, is scheduled for three weeks, and they have 44 witnesses. And of these 44 witnesses, 42 of them have never seen me, don’t know me, and have nothing to do. They’re just going to try the day of January 6.
Jim Hoft: Oh, my God.
Pete Schwartz: Two of the witnesses are police who said they remember my face, but they don’t remember me committing any felonies or spraying any mates. So in order, because I probably would have a win coming, they’ve attached two people to my case. Unrelated. I didn’t say stuff on social media. I’m not a social media guy. But they’ve attached to codefendents to me, who said all kinds of crazy stuff and had all kinds of weaponry and stuff at their houses, and they’re going to use all of these guys evidence against me.
Jim Hoft: Unbelievable, Pete.
Pete Schwartz: It is so unbelievable.
My wife and I are not even “protesters’. We’re traveling welders who voted for Trump and happened to be on a job near D.C. We didn’t see any barriers. We didn’t breach any police lines. We had no reason to believe we were even trespassing. The President of the United States didn’t seem to think that the public grounds were restricted, and since they haven’t been on any other Jan. 6; why would he? Yet we’re both facing 20 years for the 1512 charge of “disrupting an official proceeding” even though we never entered the Capitol building. I’m facing numerous assault charges even though neither of us assaulted anybody. Quite the contrary. We were attacked viciously and repeatedly by police, before we even knew what was happening, for an extended period of time. We were then funneled into an area where we were surrounded and attacked further. I tried to protect my wife by keeping the cops away from us as they closed in. I did nothing wrong.