A former reporter for a news website was charged on Friday with making more than a half-dozen bomb threats against Jewish community centers, schools and a Jewish history museum, federal authorities said.
We have captured the White-as-driven-snow villain behind these unprovoked and outrageous attacks on g*d's favorite people. Finally we have indisputable proof of the inherent evil of the unclean meat. This is as airtight a case as the holohoax.
The man, Juan Thompson, 31, of St. Louis, made some of the threats using his own name and others implicating a former girlfriend as part of an effort to intimidate her, the authorities said in a federal complaint unsealed on Friday in Federal District Court in Manhattan.
This creature menaced the chosenites.
In one threat, made on Feb. 1 against a Jewish school in Farmington Hills, Mich., the complaint says, Mr. Thompson claimed he had placed two bombs in the school and was “eager for Jewish newtown,” an apparent reference to the 2012 school massacre in Newtown, Conn., in which a gunman killed 20 students and six school employees.
One highly dubious incident stacked on another, an Aztec pyramid of semitic obfuscation and lies. Thankfully we'll be spared bizarre "witness" testimony and confused "experts" trying to make sense of the slaughter.
The website The Intercept confirmed in a statement on Friday that Mr. Thompson worked for the publication for a little more than a year, until he was fired in January 2016 after it was discovered that he had fabricated sources and quotes in his articles.
Fake news from a tar monster whose 80 I.Q. allowed it to somehow get caught creating whole-cloth stories attacking normal White America.
The arrest came amid heightened tension involving more than 100 threats against Jewish groups that have been reported in dozens of states this year, resulting in a broad inquiry led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The threats, combined with vandalism at Jewish cemeteries, have prompted fears of an increase in anti-Semitism.
Yeah. That or fears of high winds, bad soil and "Hey rabbi, why is there paint all over your hands?"
Mr. Thompson is not believed to be responsible for most of the threats against Jewish centers around the country, according to federal law enforcement officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the investigation was continuing.
We would like to stress that witchcraft is real and there's plenty of legitimate evil root wizards out there attacking your crops and marital bed. Just because every single person we burned alive or crushed with giant rocks turned out to be innocent doesn't mean that there isn't a pervasive curse magic problem in this community. The inquisition will use this as a teachable moment to raise awareness of the very real threat of necromancy and the evil eye.
Investigators are still trying to identify who is responsible for those threats, which the officials said were made using sophisticated technology to mask personal details, like identity and the origin of the internet-based calls.
The tar monster put tissue paper over the receiver! We're dealing with sophisticated tactics from highly intelligent living fossils.
Mr. Thompson’s threats were “part of a sustained campaign to harass and intimidate” the former girlfriend. The harassment began shortly after she ended their romantic relationship last July, the complaint says.
Muh dikk gone wrong.
“Threats of violence targeting people and places based on religion or race — whatever the motivation — are unacceptable, un-American and criminal,” Mr. Bharara said in a statement. “We are committed to pursuing and prosecuting those who foment fear and hate through such criminal threats.”
The important thing is it could have happened and I will now pass gas from my mouth hole because that's what the merchant demands.
The F.B.I. said that its director, James B. Comey, and top bureau officials had held a meeting on Friday with Jewish community leaders to discuss the recent increase in threats to Jewish institutions around the country, and that the investigation into the threats was “a top priority.”
Drain the swamp.
At a news conference on Friday in New York, Oren Segal, director of the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism, said Mr. Thompson had been on the organization’s radar since he was fired for fabricating quotes in articles.
"It's so humid in here. Yes, we knew all about the schwoogie you dumb gentiles. He was on our magic jew radar, trust me."
“While the motive is unclear, the impact is crystal clear,” Mr. Segal said of the bomb threats Mr. Thompson is accused of making. “While I cannot speak about what is in Thompson’s mind or certainly in his heart, threatening Jewish institutions is an anti-Semitic act.”
All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others. You may be a biological weapon we brought here in kosher chains, but that doesn't give you a free pass to attack the various con games we're currently running.
Must be the wind again.