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‘No Evidence That A Crime Was Committed’: Prosecutors Won’t Charge Democrat Staffers Who Filmed Themselves Having Sex In Senate Chamber

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Two men involved in filming a gay porn video in a Senate hearing chamber will not face legal charges as the U.S. Capitol Police found no evidence of a crime being committed.

The video, first released by the Daily Caller, depicted a congressional staffer engaging in sexual activities in the Senate hearing room.

U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) wrote, “For now, we are closing the investigation into the facts and circumstances surrounding a sex video that was recorded inside the Hart Senate Office Building on the morning of Wednesday, December 13.”

“After consulting with federal and local prosecutors, as well as doing a comprehensive investigation and review of possible charges, it was determined that – despite a likely violation of Congressional policy – there is currently no evidence that a crime was committed,” they continued.

The USCP wrote, “[a]lthough the hearing room was not open to the public at the time, the Congressional staffer involved had access to the room. The two people of interest were not cooperative, nor were the elements of any of the possible crimes met.

“The Congressional staffer, who has since resigned from his job, exercised his Fifth Amendment right to remain silent and refused to talk to us. Our investigators are willing to review new evidence should any come to light,” explained the statement.

The staffer, Maese-Czeropski, was fired by his employer, Senator Ben Cardin, but is unlikely to face further repercussions as he has resigned from his job.

Despite lack of cooperation from the individuals involved, the police stated they are open to reviewing new evidence if it emerges.

Maese-Czeropski defended his actions on LinkedIn, attributing the incident to attacks on his personal life for political reasons and expressing intent to explore legal options.

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