A correspondent who visited Invictus told National Justice that while he could not legally discuss the case at all, he did complain about his horrific treatment in the Florida jail system. After having his bail rejected, he was automatically placed in solitary confinement, which the United Nations calls torture and an “extortion technique.” Putting defendants in solitary confinement is a tactic law enforcement uses to torture suspects into pleading guilty, even if they are innocent. Inside, he was denied his special religious diet. The journalist who interviewed him said he looked skinny and malnourished. He has now been transferred to South Carolina.https://national-justice.com/augustus-invictus-denied-bail-put-solitary-confinement-and-going-hungry-due-lack-respect-his
Richard Holzer attempted to call us yesterday but lacked the funds to do so. If you have a shekel or two rattling around maybe toss it in his commissary account?