China News Service, January 14th. According to the "Central News Agency" report, on the 13th local time, Klete Keller, a former American swimmer who won gold in the Olympics, suffered a violent attack on the Capitol on January 6. Prosecute.
The picture shows an architect cleaning up the dust on the bust of Martin Luther King Jr. in the rotunda of the Capitol in Washington, U.S., on January 12, local time.
According to reports, on January 6, Kohler was photographed violently demonstrating with other people. After breaking through the police line, he illegally entered the domed hall of the Capitol.
According to a document submitted to the Washington District Court on the 13th, the police identified him by comparing the photographs of the Congress scene with the photos of Kohler's driver's license.
In the photo at the scene, Kohler was wearing a national team jacket with a striking "USA" logo on the back.
Kohler was prosecuted for illegally entering Congress, engaging in violent acts, and obstructing law enforcement officials from performing official duties.
The American Swimming Association said in a statement, "We respect the right of individuals and groups to protest peacefully, but we will never tolerate actions similar to those taken last week at the Capitol."
The 38-year-old Kohler has won medals on behalf of the United States team in three Olympic Games, including the 2004 Athens Olympics and 2008 Beijing Olympics as a member of the 4x200m relay team won the gold medal, and the 2000 Sydney Olympics. silver medal.
In recent years, after retiring, Kohler worked as a real estate agent in Colorado.
But his brokerage company has deleted Kohler's personal information and almost all information related to Kohler from the website.