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US News: Capitol Attack: Jacob Chansley, the "Qanon Shaman", sentenced to 41 months of prison

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Jacob Chansley pleaded guilty of hindering the certification of the presidential results by the Congress

Jacob Chansley, le «chaman de Qanon», a été condamné à 41 mois de prison pour son rôle dans l'attaque du Capitole. © Win McNamee / Getty Images North America / Getty Images Via AFP Jacob Chansley, the "Qanon Shaman", was sentenced to 41 months in prison for his role in the Capitol attack. Verdict - Jacob Chansley had pleaded guilty of hindrance to the certification of the presidential results by the Congress

for the judge, he "posed in the emblem of riots". Jacob Chansley , the "Qanon Shaman", was sentenced to 41 months in prison, on Wednesday, for his role in the attack of the Washington Capitol of January 6th . This supporter of Donald Trump had pleaded guilty "hindrance" to the certification of the results of the presidential election by the congress.

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With its hatch hat, his viking horns, his painted face and his tattoos, Chanssley became one of the figures of the insurgency. The prosecutors conceded that he had attacked anyone but noted that he had entered the enclosure of the "armed" congress of a lance transformed flag with a wrought iron. He had also left a "threatening" message on the Mike Pence office: "It's just a matter of time. Justice arrives! After the criticisms of Donald Trump against his vice-president who refused to block the certification of the results, many protesters had sang "pendons mike pence".

Personality disorders

Jacob Chansley risked a maximum of 20 years of imprisonment, but the prosecutors had required a little over 4 years (51 months). The judge finally sentenced him to 41 months in prison.

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During a 30-minute speech, this 34-year-old system assured the judge that he regretted his actions, and promised not to act without thinking about the consequences. His lawyer insisted on "Schizotypic personality disorder" - not confusing with schizophrenia - from which his client suffers, which is characterized by social anxiety and paranoia. Last January he sought a grace of Donald Trump, saying that he had only "responding to the call" of the former US president walking on the Congress.

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