'Coming to KILL Donald Trump': Connecticut Man Indicted For Allegedly Threatening to End President’s Life

Newsweek - 05-13

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A Connecticut man was indicted last week after he threatened to kill President Donald Trump and other people across America through U.S. mail, emails and telephone calls. Gary Joseph Gravelle, also known as Roland Prejean, 51, from New Haven, was charged with 16 counts after he threatened to “kill injure and intimidate people and explode property in Connecticut and elsewhere,” according to an indictment announcement released by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Connecticut on Friday. Of those, Gravelle was charged with 12 counts of maliciously conveying false information about an explosive, three counts related to the sending of hoax Anthrax letters and one count of making threats against the president.