Wednesday the 5th
‘This Isn’t Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure’: Judge Punishes Pa. Men Who Gathered Papers from Abandoned Capitol Hallway on Jan. 6 with Time Behind Bars Two Pennsylvania men who were seen gathering documents from the floor of an abandoned hallway in the Capitol building on Jan. 6 have been sentenced to 30 days behind bars.
Wednesday the 23rd
Saturday the 23rd
Nicholas J. Perretta of Baden, PA was taken into custody today on federal charges relating to criminal acts at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. An initial appearance is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. in US District Court in Western PA.
Wednesday the 6th
January 6th Washington D.C. Capitol Riot
Mitchell Paul Vukich
Insurrectionist who pled guilty to taking part in the Jan 6 Capitol Riots Case Information: Justice.gov Case# 21-MJ-490 - Nicholas J Peretta Status: GUILTY Charge: KNOWINGLY ENTERING OR REMAINING IN ANY RESTRICTED BUILDING OR GROUNDS WITHOUT LAWFUL AUTHORITY Docs: Timeline:
Arrested 6/23. Initial appearance held 7/6.
Charged via criminal information 8/25. Plea agreement entered 9/15 and pleaded guilty to count 1.
Sentenced 1/5/22 to 30 days of incarceration, $500 restitution.
Last Update: February 4, 2022 Summary: Posted about being inside the Capitol on Twitter. Video shows him stealing paperwork from an office inside the building. He was documented as being in multpile locations throughout the Captiol. (via MongrelData) More Information: Hashtags:
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