US Olympic Gold Medalist Swimmer Sentenced for ‘Non-Violent’ Role in Capitol Incursion

A two-time Olympic gold medalist has been sentenced for his part in the Capitol incursion.
Klete Keller, 41, was ordered to serve six months of house arrest, three years of probation and 360 hours of community service, according to the New York Post.
The former pro swimmer was accused of being part of a group seen “shoving cops as they forced their way into the Rotunda of the Capitol” on Jan. 6, 2021, the Post reported.

“Keller stayed inside the Capitol for almost an hour, chanting ‘F*** Nancy Pelosi!’ and ‘F*** Chuck Schumer!’ and resisting officers’ efforts to remove him from the building,” the outlet added.
Prosecutors had sought a 10-month prison sentence for Keller, citing the actions he took to cover up his role in the clash that day, including destroyi …

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