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Supporter Who Rioted In US Parliament Sentenced To 41 Months In Prison

Donald Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives. However, Trump was acquitted by the Senate on charges of inciting the January 6 riots.


A supporter who rioted in US Parliament sentenced to 41 months in prison

A US federal court on Wednesday sentenced a supporter of former President Donald Trump’s supporters, known as ‘Quenon Shaman’, to 41 months in prison. This name was given to this supporter of Trump. Because he was wearing horns. Because of which its pictures became quite viral. It is noteworthy On January 6 this year, Trump supporters rioted in the US Capitol. This person’s name is Jacob Chansey.

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Donald Trump supporters attack Capitol Hill

In January, during the process of making Biden officially president, a large number of Donald Trump supporters attacked Capitol Hill. Trump was criticized for this act worldwide. Many global leaders called it a ‘dark day’ in the history of the world’s oldest democracy. Prosecutors said Chancellor has now become the public face of the Capitol Hill riots.

During the hearing, Chansley said – I am disappointed with Trump

While in custody, Chansley was treated for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and depression by prison authorities. When she was sentenced, she said she was disappointed because Trump had not forgiven her. Donald Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives. However, Trump was acquitted by the Senate on charges of inciting the January 6 riots. In fact, Trump had given a provocative speech before the incident, due to which his supporters became furious.

More than 140 policemen were injured in the Capitol riots

Four people were killed in the Capitol Hill riots. A Capitol Hill police officer was attacked by protesters. He died the very next day. Altogether four people died in this incident. While more than 140 policemen were injured. Defense attorney Albert Watkins said the US Navy found in 2006. Chansey was suffering from a personality disorder. But still, he was declared fit for duty.

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