The leader of the far-right Proud Boys group has been sentenced to nearly six months in jail for burning a stolen Black Lives Matters flag in December.
Enrique Tarrio, 37, pleaded guilty for burning the flag and attempted possession of a large-capacity ammunition feeding device.
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Appearing through video in court on Monday, Tarrio apologised and said there was "no excuse" for his actions.
He will report to jail on 6 September to begin his 155 day sentence.
Prosecutors said that Tarrio and other members of the Proud Boys removed the banner from the historically black Asbury United Methodist Church on 12 December and set it ablaze.
The incident was a part of a pro-Trump demonstration in protest of Joe Biden's election win.
Several days later, Tarrio admitted to participating in the banner's burning in an interview with the Washington Post.
While Tarrio acknowledged his actions were "wrong" in Monday's hearing, DC Superior Court Judge Harold Cushenberry said his remorse was "wholly unconvincing".
Mr Cushenberry added that he believes Tarrio "clearly, intentionally and proudly crossed the line from peaceful protest and assembly to potentially violent conduct".
The mostly peaceful demonstrations in December ended in isolated scuffles after counter-protests began. Police said that more than three dozen people were arrested and four churches were vandalised.