2 more people who participated in congress raid in USA sentenced to prison

Dominic Pezzola, 46, a member of the far-right group “Proud Boys”, who participated in the raid on the Congress building on January 6, 2021 in the USA, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for assaulting and resisting the police.

Ethan Nordean, 32, who led the “Proud Boys” group to the Capitol building, was sentenced to 18 years in prison for conspiring against the state.

“I apologize to whomever I have wronged, directly or indirectly,” Nordean said before his sentence was handed down in court. used the phrase.

In addition, a 33-year prison sentence is sought for Enrique Tarrio, another leader of the group, who is expected to appear in court next week.

US military veterans Joe Biggs and Zachary Rehl, who participated in the raid, were sentenced to 17 and 15 years in prison, respectively, on August 31.

Trump supporters stormed Congress

Thousands of demonstrators marching to the US Congress after the rally in front of the White House tried to enter the building by passing the barricades in front of the Congress building.

Shortly after clashes with the police, some demonstrators entered the Senate.

The confirmation session of the Presidential Electoral College vote in Congress was suspended, and Vice President Mike Pence, who chaired the session, and members of Congress were evacuated from the building.

US President Donald Trump, on the other hand, called on his supporters, who were demonstrating in front of the Congress building, to “moderate” on his Twitter account.

In the capital Washington, a 12-hour “curfew” was declared as of 18:00 local time due to violence.

Joe Biden, who was elected president of the USA, called for “end attacks on US democracy and the rule of law”.

“I urge President Trump to honor his TV oath, to defend the Constitution and to demand an end to this siege,” Biden said. he said.

After Trump asked the demonstrators to go to their homes, the crowd started to disperse, and the police responsible for the security of the US Congress announced that the building was secured at around 17.40 local time, about 4 hours later.

During the raids of the US Congress, 4 people lost their lives.

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