Twitter has now suspended the account of Marina Medvin, the renowned lawyer currently helping to defend individuals accused of being involved in the January 6th riot.
As The Post Millennial reports:
Twitter has suspended the account of Marina Medvin, who represents January 6 defendants, from the platform, giving no reason as to why.
Medvin received a notice from Twitter that her “account has been locked.” But there was no way to appeal, or even to know the reason for the ban other than a vague “Twitter Rules” violation.”
BREAKING: Twitter has locked J6 defendants lawyer @MarinaMedvin
The space where the reason for why she was locked is blank pic.twitter.com/Osrct2beNZ
— Jacek Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 16, 2022
“We have determined that you have violated the Twitter Rules, so you’ll need to wait some time before using Twitter again.” The message stated that Medvin might “need to complete some additional tasks to resume using Twitter.”
Medvin is representing clients who are alleged to have participated in the riot at the Capitol Building on Jan. 6, 2021. While Medvin does not comment on current cases, she is representing a Texas florist for whom she asked for a change of venue, and a Rabbi, among others. One of her clients died while awaiting trial.
Shortly before she was banned, Medvin had tweeted about the situation at a Texas synagogue where a radical muslim terrorist had taken several Jewish Americans hostage.