Steve Bannon, former Trump's former adviser, was sentenced to 4 months in prison for contempt for the National Assembly when he refused to hear the committee of the US House of Representatives.
The US Federal Judge Carl J. Nichols on October 21 Uncle argued by the lawyer group representing Steve Bannon, which said that he was privileged to protect the law from testimony.
Judge Nichols also declared Mr. Bannon for 4 months in prison for failing to comply with the summoning the hearing from the Commission of the US House of Representatives in charge of investigating the riot on January 6, 2021.
The ruling was made after the federation jurors of 12 people on July 22 convicted that Bannon despised the National Assembly for rejecting the hearing before the US House of Representatives' committee.
Former US President Steve Bannon adviser after the trial in Washington on October 21.
In the announcement dossier on October 20, the US Department of Justice proposed a 6 -month sentence for Mr. Bannon by former Trump adviser not cooperated with the court and against the national importance of the national importance.
The investigation of the US House of Representatives' affairs committee showed that Mr. Bannon knew the plan to rush into the American National Assembly building of thousands of supporters of Mr. Trump, when they seek to prevent the agency from recognizing the victory.
The violent people flooded the Capitol hill on January 6 not only attacking a building, they attacked the rule of law system that the country built, the US Department of Justice said.
Former President Trump is said to have provoked these people in a speech near the White House, which repeated the statement of election fraud, though no evidence.
Mr. Bannon served at the White House for the first 7 months of Mr. Trump's presidency.
The former Trump's former Advisor in 2020 is accused of financial fraud and money laundering when taking millions of dollars contributing to the construction of the US -Mexico border wall partition.
Steve Bannon, former Trump's former adviser, was convicted of despising the National Assembly after refusing to hear the committee of the US House of Representatives.
Former White House Chief Mark Meadows agreed to testify to the Capitol Riot Investigation Commission, despite Trump's non -cooperative request.