An NYPD officer who was charged after inciting violence against a Capitol cop at the riots was shocked to learn that he would be jailed with "inner-city" inmates.

​Apparently, he is very "upset" with the setup he's facing in jail.

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But hey, domestic terrorists can't be choosers, can they?

Read on to find out what his attorney had to say as they continue to fight for him.

Now, the events from January 6th still haunt us to this very day.

As a joint session of Congress convened to formally count the Electoral College votes and certify Joe Biden's election win, lawmakers were forced to shelter in place and evacuate as pro-Trump rioters broke into the U.S Capitol Building.

Hundreds of rioters forced their way into the prestigious building...

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Breaking windows, doors, and furniture along with chants of "stop the steal!"

The rioters took over several of the rooms and chambers in the building...

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And photos showing them looting objects, such as the lectern of U.S. Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, quickly started circulating online.

From this, more violence ensued...

As rioters clashed with the few police officers in presence.

The scenes shocked people all over the globe...

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And the world watched on, transfixed, as more and more rioters continued to spill into the Capitol and clash with police.

From the get-go, there were calls for Donald Trump to intervene.

The former president was repeatedly urged to appear on national television to order his supporters to stand down.

He instead issued a series of half-hearted tweets...

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Where he reminded the rioters that the police and law enforcement was "on our side," and to "remain peaceful."

Trump's behavior resulted in him being banned from all social media platforms...

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And, as control was regained in the Capitol and the cleanup began, an impeachment investigation was launched into the former president for the role he played in the riots. He was acquitted yet again for his actions.

It's been an unbelievable past couple of months...

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And, as the months have trickled by, more and more rioters have been named, shamed, and reprimanded for their actions.

Security footage from inside the Capitol during the attack was presented at Trump's impeachment trial...

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And it was nothing short of harrowing.

A senior aide said of the never-before-seen security footage:

"We will be using footage never seen before that shows a view of the Capitol that is quite extraordinary and a view of the attack that has never been public before. You will see for the first time."

Senators also reacted to the surfaced footage.

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Senators on both sides of the aisle were visibly affected by what they saw:

"It was really horrifying what happened. You know, I think the House team really put forth a very strong connecting of the dots. I don't see how you can watch any of this and listen to their presentation and not conclude that Trump bears tremendous responsibility for what happened," Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, told reporters.

In total, 5 people died in the riots that day...

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Including 1 police officer, and countless other injuries were reported.

This was a clear act of vengeance and violence by Trump's angry and scorned supporters...

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And although it has since been proven that the riot wasn't a peaceful one, Trump still refuses to see it in that way.

Alongside refusing to take responsibility for the actions of his followers...

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Trump has continuously played down the riots by insisting that they "weren't as violent as they seemed."

And more recently...

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He came out with some very bizarre claims about his supporter's antics on January 6th.

Appearing via a phone call on Fox News, Trump was questioned about the shocking events that were allowed to take place in the Capitol.

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"It was zero threat, right from the start," Trump said, "Look, they went in and they shouldn't have done it... some of them went in and were hugging and kissing the police and the guards!"

He went on:

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"You know, they had great relationships! A lot of the people were waved in and they walked in and then walked out."

But the evidence suggests otherwise.

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Recently, a retired NYPD police officer was one of the latest perpetrators to be charged and jailed for his antics on the dreaded day.

Thomas Webster who was previously working with the New York City Police Department was caught attacking a police officer who was at the riots.

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Federal prosecutors said he attacked a cop with a metal flagpole and was seen in a photo submitted with his indictment apparently digging his thumbs into the officer's face.

Webster was denied bail as he was considered a "danger to the community."

His lawyer argued that he was a "committed family man" with an impeccable character according to Law & Crime.

But that didn't help his case as he has been in jail since February.

According to other reports, he was also shocked to find himself locked up with "inner-city" criminals.

His lawyer also added that "for a middle-aged guy whose never been arrested before, this has been a shock for him."

Well, I hope this is a wake-up call. Domestic terrorism is not going to be an issue taken lightly.

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