Last Updated on April 21, 2023
Whistleblower Jeremy Brown came forward with recordings that showed the FBI attempted to recruit him as an informant before January 6th. Following Brown’s accusations, the Biden FBI raided Brown’s home and arrested him on misdemeanor charges related to J6 and weapons and classified information charges as a result of what FBI agents found at his home. Brown is now facing seven years in federal prison. Brown is a decorated Green Beret.
National File previously reported on CondemnedUSA’s recent court filings, which state, “In the days before Jan. 6, HSI handlers visited Jeremy Brown’s residence and attempted to recruit Brown into becoming a paid CHS for Homeland Security Investigations.”
Jeremy Brown also released an audio recording of his conversation with an FBI agent before January 6th. During this conservation, the FBI agent tells Brown that he is one of 20 potential informants they try to recruit daily.
The Biden FBI raided Brown’s home for 5 hours following Brown’s revelations. The raid was initially for misdemeanor trespassing charges on January 6th, but FBI agents claim they found unregistered weapons and classified information at Brown’s residence, leading to felony charges. Brown claims agents planted the weapons.
Brown said when he got to the Capitol on January 6th, no fencing was left to show Brown that he was entering a restricted area. Video from J6 shows Ray Epps with a fence cutter tearing down fencing around the Capitol complex about 45 minutes before Brown and others arrived. Epps and the fence cutter are not currently on the FBI’s J6 wanted list.
1) First off, I watched this plain clothes (no MAGA gear like most) guy go around and methodically cut down all the fences and pull out their posts by himself. Maybe he's just helpful? pic.twitter.com/PFBlmK8ml9
— Zudotoji (@Twinity5) January 8, 2021
Brown was found guilty on the federal weapons charges and sentenced to seven years in prison. Brown’s April 7th court filing read, “U.S. District Judge Susan C. Bucklew today sentenced Jeremy Brown (48, Tampa) to seven years and three months in federal prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release, for possession of unregistered short-barrel firearms, possession of unregistered explosive grenades, improper storage of explosive grenades, and retention of classified information. In addition, he was ordered to forfeit the unregistered devices traceable to the offense, pay child support arrears, and a special assessment in the amount of $525.”
Brown’s hefty sentence makes many wonder if he is being punished for blowing the whistle on the FBI.