60 Days of the Far-Right Internet Personality to the Capitol | NASCAR Racing News

WASHINGTON (AP) — A far-right internet figure has livestreamed a video of him doing it stormed the US Capitol On Tuesday, he was sentenced to two months in prison for participating in a mob attack on the building.

Known as “Pied Alaska” to his followers on social media, Anthem Geonet refused to address the court before US District Judge Trevor McFadden sentenced him to 60 days in prison followed by two years of probation. Jeuni faced a maximum prison sentence of six months.

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