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Newly Released Jan. 6 Detainee Says D.C. Jail Did Not Allow Him to Shave or Get a Haircut Unless He Got Vaccinated


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"The requirement appears to be an abuse of the Constitution since the experimental vaccines are approved for emergency use only. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that incarcerated or detained people living in correctional and detention facilities get vaccinated against COVID-19, but it has not been mandated, and shouldn’t be coerced.

Dresch told Sessler that he refused to get vaccinated.

He said he was arrested on January 19, “bounced around Michigan for a little bit,” and was moved to a jail Oklahoma City, before being transferred to the D.C. gulag on March 9. He was released on August 8 after striking a plea deal with government prosecutors."


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