U.S. federal prosecutor Jacob Chansley was sentenced on Wednesday to 51 months in prison for “man with two horns” whose image went viral around the world on Jan. 6 when he fitted a hat to his bare chest and capitol. With a group of supporters of former President Donald Trump.
Chansley, nicknamed “Shaman Kyo Annan”, believes in his movement and conspiracy theories, was arrested a few days after the Capitol attack and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
In early September, the defendant pleaded guilty to two counts of trespassing and violent conduct in federal court in Washington.
On Wednesday, his lawyer demanded in court that his client suffer “genuine remorse”, suffering from psychological problems and 317 days in custody for a “gentle” and “very light” sentence.
On January 6, an angry mob of supporters of President Donald Trump leaving the Republican Party blocked Capitol from blocking Congress from certifying his Democratic victory in the presidential election.
Chansley, from Phoenix, Arizona, took part in the attack in his thirties, in which he was armed with a spear wrapped in the American flag, which he painted on his face, while at the same time bare his chest except for the tattoos that covered him. Fur hat, two buffalo horns coming out of it.
Scott Ferlamp, a New Jersey man who took part in a congressional hearing, was sentenced on Wednesday to 41 months in prison for his role in the attack and for assaulting a police officer.
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