Steve Bannon Found Guilty of Contempt of Congress, January 6 Attack

Steve Bannon is a former adviser to Donald Trump. As he was guilty of contempt of Congress by A federal jury. As he disobeyed a summons from the House committee investigating the January 6 attack.
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Steve Bannon is going to sentence on 21 October:

The judgment passed against Steve Bannon is the victory for the House Committee on the January 6 attack. As it continues to try to get the cooperation of unwilling witnesses. In its historic investigation. Justice Department was under intense study. Of the matter related to the January 6 attack so it was also a victory for them.



 
In less than three hours, the jury reached a united verdict on the two contempt charges. After nearly two days of hearing witness testimony. 
 
As per the federal law reports, Steve Bannon is going to sentence on 21 October. He will at least face a sentence of 30 days in jail. Steve Bannon’s advocate team did not begin a defense while the trial. Bannon also did not take a stand for himself.
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In November, he was accused by a federal grand jury. After he missed the October deadlines for creating the documents and testimony that the committee had asked for.



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After the verdict, Steve Bannon said he still stands with former President Trump:

In the lead-up to the Capitol assault, the committee demanded him for showing his full cooperation. The committee asked him about his contacts with Donald Trump. The day before the riot Steve Bannon was present in the war room with Trump. At the Willard Hotel in Washington. Also, he made a prediction on his podcast before the riot that “all hell” was going to “break loose”.
 
When the jury answered simultaneously in their verdict “Yes” guilty. Steve Bannon while leaving the courtroom said, “We may have lost the battle here today, but we’re not going to lose the war”. He further added to his statement that he respects the jury’s verdict.



 
Bannon said he still stands with former President Donald Trump, so far. He is one of the uncooperative witnesses. They are charged by the Justice Department with contempt of Congress
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