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January 6 marks the one-year anniversary of the U.S. Capitol riots where American Olympic swimmer Klete Keller was identified and ultimately charged.
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Klete Keller si è dichiarato colpevole di una parte dei capi di accusa relativi all’assalto del Campidoglio degli Stati Uniti
The American Olympic medalist in swimming pleaded guilty to obstruction of an official proceeding as part of a plea deal.
Schubert served on eight Olympic coaching staffs, won three NCAA team titles and was USA Swimming’s National Team Director from 2006 until 2010.
Keller’s defense lawyer said he’s “prepared to go forward” with a plea agreement, though there are issues relating to him being unvaccinated.
A reporter in Washington, D.C. says that prosecutors have made a plea deal with Klete Keller and that they expect him to accept.
U.S. Olympian Klete Keller and the U.S. Department of Justice are discussing a plea bargain for Keller’s role in the January 6 riot at the Capitol.
Il nuotatore olimpico Klete Keller si è dichiarato non colpevole di tutte le sette accuse per l’assalto al Campidoglio del 6 Gennaio
Klete Keller has been charged with four additional counts including obstruction of an official proceeding, and aiding and abetting.
Ahora, Keller corre el riesgo de 15 años y medio de prisión si es declarado culpable de los tres cargos a los que se enfrenta.
Klete Keller si è consegnato alla polizia che lo ha rilasciato con restrizioni sui movimenti. Si è scusato con il suo ex allenatore