Plain Man Faces Possible Lengthy Term in Capitol Riot Investigation

WASHINGTON, DC (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – A Plain Township man faces the possibility of more than 30 years in federal prison in connection with the Capitol riot.

But it appears based on sentences already meted out that he’ll get much less than that.

55-year-old John Douglas Wright is seen on surveillance video in the Capitol rotunda area.

Prosecutors also say he pushed down a police barricade.

Wright is also accused of threatening police officers online.

Wright tells his attorney he regrets what happened that day.

Though Noah Munyer from Akron also claims many people are still supportive of what happened that day.