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Utahn among two charged for pouring red powder over case holding U.S. Constitution

Summary by Ground News
Donald Zepeda, 35, of Maryland, and Jackson Green, 27, of Utah, poured the powder over the display case in the rotunda of the building on Feb. 14. The Constitution was not damaged, according to the National Archives Museum, which said that the powder was found to be a combination of pigment and cornstarch. If convicted, the men could face a fine of up to $250,000, 10 years in prison, or both.

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