US judge holds DC jail officials in contempt of court over alleged failure to medically treat January 6 defendant

2 days ago   |   By RT

Two DC jail officials have been judged in contempt of court over failure to provide medical records for January 6 defendant Christopher Worrell. The case is being referred to the DOJ to look for a pattern of civil rights abuses.
In a Wednesday morning ruling, US Judge Royce Lamberth found jail warden Wanda Patten and DC Department of Corrections Director Quincy Booth in contempt of court over their treatment of Worrell and referred the matter to the Department of Justice with orders to conduct a civil rights investigation into how widespread treatment like Worrell's has been.
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