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Mystery of James Fields' Hospitalization Revealed
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Last Wednesday National Justice reported that Charlottesville political prisoner James Fields was transferred to MCFP Springfield, a a federal prison hospital.

After consulting with multiple sources with close ties to Fields, it has been confirmed that the cause for his hospitalization was a particularly severe schizophrenic episode he suffered.

Fields has struggled with mental health problems throughout his life, beginning at the age of 6 when he was diagnosed as bipolar. As a child, he was checked into a mental hospital twice by the age of 10 and is a diagnosed schizophrenic dependent on medication.

The young man’s well documented battle with psychiatric illness in most circumstances should’ve provided mitigating circumstances during his trial, or at least during his sentencing, but the hyper-politicized dimension of his case did not allow for that. The judge in his case categorically refused to consider an insanity defense during his trial.

The source National Justice spoke to about Fields’ condition did not elaborate further on the nature of the incident that got him hospitalized. Prison wardens try to avoid the inconvenience of moving inmates to medical facilities without a strong justification, so it can be assumed that Fields’ condition must be severe.

The Supreme Court has found that prison inmates have a constitutional right to adequate medical care. It is unclear how long Fields will be spending at MCFP Springfield.

(Republished from National Justice by permission of author or representative)
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Charlottesville, Judicial System 
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  1. JimDandy says:

    An Antifa scum threatened him with an AR-15 and he’s legit crazy and the fat broad died of a heart attack so they send him to real prison for life. Derek Chauvin rots in a cell for doing his job. Rittenhouse–whether you think he should have been there or not–was acting in self-defense against a murderous mob of Antifa’s very worst, and they’re gonna crucify him, too.

  2. Fields was federally charged under Trump’s watch, which goes to show how little control he had of his own DOJ after Session’s departure.

    I wouldn’t hold my breath for a Trump auto-biography, which explain’s his side of how the DOJ was doing a Mark Milley.

  3. This is a tragic story made even more tragic because people feel helpless to do anything about it.

    Fields just wanted to go home…..he never wanted to harm anyone. Any person facing an attack by crazies is going to try to get away.

    Fields story is a metaphor for all white men as we’ve been found guilty for simply existing, and we no longer have equal rights under the law.

  4. lavoisier says: • Website

    Fields story is a metaphor for all white men as we’ve been found guilty for simply existing, and we no longer have equal rights under the law.

    And a warning that the US government is not interested in justice or fair play for white people.

    Do not vote or show any allegiance to the leviathan.

    • Agree: Rosie
  5. republic says:

    Like the USSR and mental hospitals for political prisoners

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