This is the harshest sentence to date for the assault on Congress on January 6, 2021. The man attacked some policemen with pepper spray.
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A Kentucky man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for pepper spraying police officers during the January 6, 2021 attack on Capitol Hill, which has so far been enforced due to the uprising in Congress.
Participation in the revolution with his wife
Peter Schwartz, that was the name of the man, a welder by profession, participated in the revolution with his wife. Investigators had asked for a prison term of 24 years and six months. The judge who sentenced him, Amit Mehta, is the same one who previously handed down the harshest sentence: 10 years for a retired New York police officer who attacked another officer outside Capitol Hill on Jan. 6 two years ago.
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