Court records: Man had guns, search online for Biden home
Added 10-22-20 10:22:02pm EST - “A North Carolina man indicted last month on child pornography charges had searched earlier this year for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's home online, traveled near the home and wrote a checklist that ended with the word…” - Washingtontimes.com
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KANNAPOLIS, N.C. (AP) - A North Carolina man indicted last month on child pornography charges had searched earlier this year for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s home online, traveled near the home and wrote a checklist that ended with the word “execute,” according to federal court documents.
The information was contained in documents related to a detention hearing for Alexander Hillel Treisman, held in U.S. District Court in Durham. A magistrate, in an order signed Oct. 8, ordered Treisman to remain in custody.
An officer with the U.S. Marshal’s Service and the Joint Terrorism Task Force testified that a search of Treisman’s electronic devices and account showed a timeline of internet searches between March and May of this year seeking information about Biden’s home address, state gun laws, rifle parts and night vision goggles.
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The officer also said the search turned up a meme Treisman posted in April with the caption “should I kill joe biden?” as well as purchasing an AR-15 in New Hampshire, according to the document. It also said the search determined that Treisman had traveled to a fast-food restaurant within 4 miles (6 kilometers) of Biden’s home, and also wrote a checklist note ending with the word “execute.”
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