Man convicted in stabbing at Albany Jan. 6 protest
An Albany man is found guilty of stabbing two people at the New York State Capitol.
A jury found Alexander Contompasis guilty late Friday afternoon of assault, attempted assault, and criminal possession of a weapon.
Back on Jan. 6, 2021, while both pro-Trump and pro-Biden rallies were underway at the state Capitol, Contompasis stabbed two people.
He faces up to four decades in state prison when he is sentenced next month.