The report states that “Q Anon Shaman” is engaged in judicial transactions after being diagnosed with psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

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Jacob Chansley, also known as “Q Anon Shaman”, at the “Stop the Steal” rally on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. Robert Nickelsburg / Getty Images

  • A suspected parliamentary riot known as “Q Anon Shaman” is in plea bargaining, his lawyer told Reuters.

  • Negotiations take place after Jacob Chansley has been diagnosed with several mental illnesses while in prison.

  • Painted with horns and fur on January 6, Chansley was one of the most prominent people in the riot.

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A suspected parliamentary riot known as “Q Anon Shaman” has been plea bargaining after being diagnosed with several mental illnesses while in prison, his lawyer said. Reuters Thursday.

Jacob Chansley has become one of the most prominent figures in the January 6th attack. He was shirtless in a parliamentary room and wore horned fur headdresses and red, white, and blue face paint.He was arrested in January 6 billsIncludes chaotic acts and violent invasions. He denied the accusation.

Insider Tom Porter In June, Chansley reported being ordered to take a psychological test while in prison to understand the proceedings against him and to see if he had sufficient mental capacity to stand in court. did.

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His lawyer, Albert Watkins, told Reuters that the Federal Bureau of Prisons had diagnosed Chansley with transient schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety. But he said the agency did not determine that he was mentally incompetent.

According to Watkins, a prion assessment also found that Chansley’s mental health was impaired while he was held in a prison cell in Virginia.

According to Reuters, Mr. Chansley is now seeking a plea bargain that can be plea bargained on a less serious plea, hoping for a lighter sentence.

His lawyer also said that Chansley experienced some delusions, such as believing that he was related to Jesus and Buddha, and he was “armed” with “significant existing mental vulnerabilities.” He said he was a “non-harmful and peaceful” person.

Chansley is one of at least 500 people so far. Arrested in a parliamentary raid, A mob of supporters of former President Donald Trump Was attacked It overwhelmed police officers and forced lawmakers to evacuate.

Before January 6th, Chansley QAnon Conspiracy Theory Movement.

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