February 7 Remember Jacob Chansley, the “ox horn man” who participated in the parliamentary riots? According to NBC on the 6th, Chansley went on hunger strike for nine days and lost 18 pounds because Washington Goe prison failed to provide organic food.
In response, a U.S. federal judge ordered the prison to provide Chansley with organic food, and the prison later transferred him to a detention center in Virginia where organic food could be provided.
According to the report, Albert Watkins, Chansley’s defense lawyer, filed a lawsuit in federal court recently, saying that his client had not eaten for nine days because the prison did not provide organic food after being transferred from Arizona to Washington, D.C. prison last week.
Lose 20 pounds (about 18 KG). Watkins gave the argument that Chansley claimed to eat organic food as part of his “shaman” belief system and lifestyle.
In response to this case, U.S. federal judge Royce Lamberth ruled on Thursday (4th) that the prison in Washington, D.C., must provide organic food to Chansley, and the prison later asked for the transfer of Chansley on the grounds that it could not provide organic food.
Move to a detention center in Virginia that can arrange special meals.
Chansley became an online “red man” after the U.S. congressional riots on January 6, known as the “ox-headed shaman”.
He was arrested on January 8. U.S. prosecutors said indictment on January 9 that “Chandsley is the man who enters the Capitol in a cow horn and bearskin headdress, red, white and blue paint on his face, bare arms and brown trousers.
He holds a spear, about six feet long, and a flag of the United States is tied to the spear.