With Shroyer's release set for December 8, he will have been in prison for 45 days. Over 30 of those days were spent in solitary confinement.
Shroyer was first placed in solitary confinement upon his arrival at FCI Oakdale prison for five days as part of the facility's Covid protocols.
Just days later, Shroyer was once again thrown in solitary confinement after he placed a call with a friend to post on his X account, thanking his supporters for sending him letters. This stint reportedly lasted around 30 days.
Shroyer was sentenced to 60 days in prison in response to being on Capitol grounds on January 6, 2021. He did not enter the building, but prosecutors said to he violated a previous deferred prosecution agreement that forbade the journalist from using "loud, threatening, or abusive language, or to engage in any disorderly or disruptive conduct, at any place upon the United States Capitol Grounds."
Court documents state that Shroyer had allegedly completed 30 of the 32 hours of community service required by the deferred prosecution agreement, which was reached in January of 2020 after he "shouted in a loud manner" in a December 2019 House Judiciary Committee hearing.This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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