Youngest Defendant in Jan. 6 Attack Sentenced to 27 Months in Prison

Cliff Mackrell Sentenced to Prison After Capitol Riot

A federal judge in Cleveland, Ohio, sentenced 23-year-old Cliff Mackrell of Wellington to 27 months in prison for his involvement in the events of January 6, 2021.

Father and Son Plead Guilty to Assaulting Officers at Capitol

Cliff and his father, Michael, traveled from Northeast Ohio to Washington D.C. and admitted guilt to assaulting officers during the Jan. 6 Attack on the United States Capitol.

Engagement in Riot Activities

After attending speeches, the duo positioned themselves at the front line of rioters at the Capitol, engaging in assaulting law enforcement officers from the U.S. Capitol Police and Metropolitan Police departments.

Identification and Arrest

Cliff Mackrell, identified in FBI siege images, was seen pushing barricades, striking a U.S. Capitol officer, and grabbing his mask. In March 2021, he was arrested on multiple federal charges related to the Capitol riot.

Apology and Regret

In a letter to the judge, Cliff Mackrell expressed remorse for his actions, stating his commitment to learning from the experience and making better choices in the future.

Ohio’s Connection to Capitol Insurrection

More than 50 individuals from Ohio have been arrested in connection to the Jan. 6 insurrection, with many arrests made based on anonymous tips.

Unidentified Individuals and Images

Despite the arrests, there are still hundreds of unidentified individuals from Jan. 6 captured in photos and videos. To view these images, you can visit the FBI’s website.

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