Steve Bannon, a former Trump aide and ally of the Bolsonaro family, has been charged in the United States

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Steve Bannon’s lawyers have upheld the confidentiality of communications with ex-President Trump

Steve Bannon was indicted Friday (12/11) for contempt of Congress after he refused to testify and turn over documents about the January 6 attacks on Capitol Hill.

The case will remain on trial, and if a judgment is issued, each contempt charge – one for not giving testimony and the other for not delivering documents – could result in a prison sentence of one month to one year, plus a $100 to $1,000 fine (from 545 riyals). Brazilian Reals to approximately 5.4 thousand Brazilian Reals).

The complaint was filed by Attorney General Merrick Garland and upheld by a federal court.

A commission of inquiry into the events of January 6 met and gathered information from Bannon seeking to ascertain his involvement in the invasion of the Capitol Building, the seat of the US legislature in Washington, DC.

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