Enrique Tarrio (the leader of the right-wing extremist group, The Proud Boys) has not been granted an application for early release from a five month sentence.
According to Pittman, the “appropriate remedy” for unconstitutional confinement is the correction of the unconstitutional confinement. This applies to all inmates, and not just the defendant.
The Earlier in the month, Associated PressAccording to reports, Tarrio requested an early release from prison. He claimed that he was being held in “inhumane conditions.” Tarrio cited abuse guards, smoke-filled corridors, medical neglect, and multiple instances in which his cell was flooded by “dirty toiletwater.”
Tarrio became president in August sentenced to five months in jailHe was convicted of taking down a Black Lives Matter banner in Washington, D.C., as well as setting it on fire. On Jan. 4, he was also convicted of bringing two high capacity firearm magazines into the capital.
The Proud Boys were started in 2016An online political group that referred to themselves as “western Chauvinists” and sought to promote “anti-political correctness,” In the years that followed, however, the group has sometimes embraced violence and clashed with leftists, as well as self-described antifascists, at different protests.