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Muqrin moved from invading the US Congress to semi-open and will be released in May |  world

Muqrin moved from invading the US Congress to semi-open and will be released in May | world

Jacob Chansley, also known as “The Shaman” [grupo de extrema direita] QAnon, invades the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021 – Photo: AFP – Saul Loeb

Jacob Chansley, the man who became known as the “horn” of the January 6, 2021 invasion of the US Capitol, has been transferred to a semi-open prison system, according to a report published by the network on Thursday (30). American CBS.

In the United States, Chansley has another nickname: Shaman’s Law.

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Qanun is a conspiracy theory that says there was a plot by Satanists against former President Donald Trump. Chansley has already made it clear that he is a superstitious believer in the law.

Because of his clothes that day, Chansley was the most recognizable face of the group that invaded the US Congress. At the time, the Raiders attempted to prevent President Joe Biden’s victory from being certified.

In court, the “horned man” was sentenced to 41 months in prison for attempting to obstruct an official proceeding. He pleaded guilty to the crime.

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In the United States, the Capitol invasion sparked the largest investigation in the history of the Department of Justice

Muqrin on the day of the invasion

The man refused to leave the chair, told security agents that “Mike Pence is a traitor” and wrote the following message on a piece of paper: “It’s only a matter of time, justice is coming!”

may be released

The semi-open detention center he was transferred to is located in Arizona.

There is already a release date: May 25th. Originally, he was scheduled to be released in July 2023, but in the US federal prison system, there is a sentence progression (i.e. a sentence is reduced if there is no incident of inmate behavior).