Man who Stormed US Capitol Wearing Horns Pleads Guilty to Felony


The Arizona man who took part in January's raid on the U.S. Capitol -- wearing face paint and a furry hat with horns -- has pleaded guilty to a felony charge.

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Jacob Chansley, also known as the Q-Anon Shaman, entered the plea on Friday, nearly eight months after he was taken into custody for his role in the riot, according to prosecutors. Under sentencing guidelines, Chansley could be sentenced to anywhere between 41 and 51 months in prison.

Chansley, who also carried a spear during the invasion, has not offered an explanation for his unusual getup.

Read the full report on The Hill.


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