Man who wore horns in Capitol riot now in Virginia prison after organic food demand

WASHINGTON — A man who stormed the U.S. Capitol while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns was moved to a jail in Virginia on Thursday after a federal judge ordered authorities to provide him with organic food while he’s in custody.

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Jacob Chansley was transferred to the Alexandria Detention Center after his attorney argued that his client had gone nine days without eating because organic food wasn’t served at the jail in Washington. A judge ordered corrections officials to provide the special diet.

Chansley lost 20 pounds since being transferred from Arizona to Washington last week, his attorney, Albert Watkins, told the judge. Chansley, who calls himself the “QAnon Shaman,” considers eating organic food to be part of his “shamanic belief system and way of life,” the lawyer said. 

On Thursday,

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Capitol Rioter Moved to Virginia Jail for Organic Diet

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Maaaaan, to be white and a terrorist.

Jacob Chansley, the QAnon Moron…I mean, Shaman, was moved to a Virginia jail Thursday after a federal judge ordered corrections officials to provide him with organic food. I know some of you are confused as to why legal officials in America—who would likely tell Muslim terrorists who stormed the Capitol building in an attempt to overthrow the government that they’re lucky they’re not being waterboarded for breakfast—would provide such accommodations to an alleged insurrectionist. All I can say is that America is still America.

The Associated Press reports that Chansley was transferred to the Alexandria Detention Center after his attorney complained that he had gone nine days without eating and had lost 20 pounds since being transferred from Arizona to Washington, D.C. Albert Watkins, Chansley’s attorney, argued that his client considers organic food to be

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Man who wore horns in Capitol riots to get organic food in jail

Jacob Chansley has lost 20 pounds since being transferred from Arizona to Washington last week, his attorney says.

PHOENIX — A judge on Wednesday ordered corrections authorities to provide organic food to an Arizona man accused of participating in the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns.

The order came after a lawyer for defendant Jacob Chansley complained that his client had gone the past nine days without eating because organic food isn’t served at the Washington jail where he’s housed.

Chansley has lost 20 pounds since being transferred from Arizona to Washington last week, said his attorney, Albert Watkins. Chansley, who calls himself the “QAnon Shaman,” considers eating organic food to be part of his “shamanic belief system and way of life,” the lawyer said.

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‘QAnon Shaman’ Jacob Chansley granted organic food in jail after Capitol riot

PHOENIX, Arizona — A judge on Wednesday ordered corrections authorities to provide organic food to an Arizona man accused of participating in the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns.

The order came after a lawyer for defendant Jacob Chansley complained that his client had gone the past nine days without eating because organic food isn’t served at the Washington jail where he’s housed.

Chansley has lost 20 pounds since being transferred from Arizona to Washington last week, said his attorney, Albert Watkins. Chansley, who calls himself the “QAnon Shaman,” considers eating organic food to be part of his “shamanic belief system and way of life,” the lawyer said.

Three weeks ago, when he was jailed in Arizona on charges stemming from the Jan. 6. riot, Chansley went days without eating because the detention facility there didn’t offer organic food.

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