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Brazil's top court imposes 17-year sentence, in first case against rioters who stormed the capital

  • A man has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for his involvement in riots that occurred in Brazil's capital after the presidential election.
  • The riots were a result of thousands of people refusing to accept the far-right president Jair Bolsonaro's loss, with protesters ransacking government buildings.
  • The man, Pereira, was arrested inside the Senate building and denied wrongdoing, claiming he believed he was at a peaceful protest. However, he was seen urging fellow Bolsonaro supporters to "take to the streets" in a video filmed at the Senate president's table during the riots.
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