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US Capitol riot: ‘QAnon Shaman’ pleads guilty

By DW
08 September 2021   |   11:01 am
Jacob Anthony Chansley could face up to 51 months in prison over the January 6 unrest at the US Congress. He has since turned his back on the QAnon conspiracy theory, his lawyer said.

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