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Capitol mob who wore a jacket with his name on it pleads guilty

Troy Faulkner was caught on camera putting his boot through a window of the building on Jan. 6, 2021 while wearing a “Faulkner Painting” jacket that also displayed the phone number of his Columbus, Ohio business.
Mobs could face up to eight months in prison, according to lawyers. U.S. Department of Justice

Mob witnessed kicking windows in the United States Capitol, who wore a jacket with his name and company phone number on it, pleaded guilty to vandalism of federal property on Friday, federal officials said.

Troy Faulkner boots out a Capitol window in a "Falkner Painting" jacket that also displays the phone number of his business in Columbus, Ohio, January 6, 2021. The camera captured the destruction.

Faulkner agreed to pay him $10,560 to repair the damage, and he could face up to eight months in prison, his lawyer said. he told NBC News.

Faulkner, 41, said Donald Trump days after a violent mob of his former Trump supporters stormed the Capitol and prevented Congress from proving his election defeat. turned himself into an official.

At the timehe told the Columbus Patch website that he was caught in the moment and angry when police shot him in the chest with an unidentified object. 32} A rioter who was seen kicking in a window of the US Capitol while wearing a jacket with his name and company phone number on it pleaded guilty Friday to destruction of federal property, the feds said.

U.S. Department of Justice

Entered the front building, so it's all for the Trump people 'I think it was prepared for,' he was quoted as saying. “I knew I shouldn't have kicked the window. has pleaded guilty in connection with the riots.

Armed Texas militiaman Guy Reffitt was sentenced to seven years or more in prison on Monday.

With AP Wire