The Natick woman who organized bus rides on 1/6 for would-be Massachusetts coup'ers pleaded guilty today for her role in the the failed putsch: Screaming while milling about inside the Capitol after others broke through police lines and into the building.
According to a "statement of offense" filed by the US Attorney's office in Washington along with Suzanne Ianni's plea agreement - which reduces her original three charges to just one:
SUZANNE IANNI knowingly and voluntarily admits to all the elements of Disorderly Conduct in a Capitol Building. Specifically, the defendant admits that she willfully and knowingly entered the U.S. Capitol Building knowing that that she did not have permission to do so. The defendant further admits that while inside the Capitol, she willfully and knowingly uttered loud, threatening, or abusive language, or engaged in disorderly or disruptive conduct with the intent to impede, disrupt, or disturb the orderly conduct of a session of Congress.
At about 2:40 PM, the defendant was on restricted grounds, outside of the Capitol near the Fire Door exit to the Senate Parliamentarian's office. While there, defendant was with a large group of people chanting and yelling, "Fight for Trump" and "our house." At the time, people near the defendant were forcing entry into the Capitol by breaking windows, forcing open doors and breaching police barricades.
At about 2:45 PM, the defendant entered the Fire Door next to the Senate Parliamentarian's office. She proceeded into and through the Capitol, past the North Door Appointment Desk, then back down the Brumidi Corridor, and exited out the North Door at approximately 3:04 PM.
If a judge in Washington court agrees to the deal, Ianni could face up to six months behind bars. The deal also calls for her to pay $500 to the Architect of the Capitol for her sliver of the roughly $1.5 million in damage that was done to the building during the failed insurrection.