Stewart Rhodes

Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes was sentenced to 18 years in prison after being found guilty on conspiracy charges for his role in January 6th.

Rhodes currently has the longest sentence of any Jan. 6 defendant. Judge Amit Mehta laid down the sentence at the time, telling the leader that he is “not a political prisoner” and that he is an “ongoing threat and a peril to this country.”

Rhodes’s sentence was also notable because he did not actually enter the Capitol on Jan. 6, but instead he directed his team via a walkie-talkie app as they entered the building.

Facility: USP FLORENCE ADMAX
Release Date: 03/29/2037



  Send Commissary

Stewart is able to receive Prison Commissary.

A prison commissary is a store within a correctional facility, from which inmates may purchase products such as hygiene items, snacks, writing instruments, etc.

Helping keep an inmate's commissary loaded up is a great way to show that you care. It can help them purchase the stamps, newspapers, and other items that help them connect with and keep up with the outside world.

Follow the instructions here.

  Send a Letter

Stewart is able to receive letters. Letters must contain your return address or they won't be received. Please review our guide, How to Write a Prisoner for more helpful tips.

Elmer Stewart Rhodes
81981-509
FCI CUMBERLAND
FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
P.O. BOX 1000
CUMBERLAND, MD 21501