HELP THIS YOUNG AMERICAN !
The Kid: Treehouses, Trucks, and Flags
Although he was18 years old, Bruno Cua hardly had the life experience to be called an adult. Like many young people, he aspired to be known for his work through his now defunct YouTube channel “Southern Adventures" where he built amazing treehouses, worked on his truck, and just had good, clean country-living fun. He does not drink, smoke, or do drugs and comes from a strong Christian family. He is known locally for building treehouses in the community, figuring out how to fix just about any vehicle, and rigging up his pickup with a big American Flag, since the day he began to drive. In the fall of 2020, he designed and built a large mast in the bed of his truck, capable of flying a massive 800 sq.ft Trump flag, where he sought police permission to drive during local rallies. It was this one-of-a-kind mobile flag, he sought to display in D.C., and the reason he went there on January 6th.
Join us in a fight for the future of an exceptional 18 year-old, who attended the January 6th rally at the Capitol. Although he went to Washington with his parents planning to display his flag, young Bruno was caught up in the frenzy of mob mentality, when he entered the Capitol, following hundreds of older adults. The bright future ahead of him is in jeopardy with an upcoming trial where he faces multiple felony charges and many years in federal prison.
Since being detained by the FBI in February, Bruno has already been in multiple correctional facilities where he spent 32 out of 40 days in a cold cell under solitary confinement 24 hours per day. In prison he was targeted and assaulted by other inmates, since he was so young and vulnerable, while also contracting Covid-19. In March 2021 he was released on home confinement, with an ankle monitor as he awaits trial.
Since arriving home, he has been 100% compliant, as all who know him expected. He has also graduated high school, worked consistently as a handy-man repairing and building projects for various members of his community. He has spoken to youth groups about the dangers of social media, making impulsive decisions and listening to one's parents. He spends the balance of his time at home and at church with family and friends and plays countless games of chess with his little brother. He remains humble, repentant, and grateful to the Lord.
The DOJ is seeking seven felonies and eight misdemeanors against Bruno for his entry into the Capitol. Nearly one year of legal battles later, the family have exhausted their resources, and are now in need of your help as they continue to pursue his freedom.
Please consider contributing to help cover his many expenses in his pursuit of his freedom .
If you cannot, please help by sharing this link with your own personal networks, and ask them to share it, so others can help support Bruno. God bless you for your consideration.
* Any funds raised that exceed Bruno's needs, will be donated to a common fund to help families of other J6 prisoners.