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Craig Robertson, the man killed by the FBI after threatening Biden: Trump supporter and owner of an arsenal at home

Craig Robertson, the man killed by the FBI after threatening Biden: Trump supporter and owner of an arsenal at home

This Wednesday the FBI killed Craig Robertson in an operation, a 74-year-old man, widower and father of three childrenwho was being watched for threats he had made to, among others, US President Joe Biden via the internet.

The shooting occurred at 6:15 a.m. local time and, as reported by the AP, The man was armed at the time of the attack.. The “incident”, the FBI has expressed, is being reviewed “by the FBI Inspection Division”: “As it is an ongoing matter, we have no further details to provide,” the Corps has expressed in a statement.

On his social media, Craig Robertson He defined himself as a ‘MAGA Trumper’, referring, in that first part of the nickname, to the motto of the former US president ‘Make America Great Again’, according to The Washington Post.

In addition, in his Facebook photos, this US citizen appears pointing a gun at the camera and wearing a black helmet and dark glasses or simply wearing them while posing.

In his social networks, in which he defined himself, according to The New York Post, as a “veteran of the Vietnam Air Force era” or as a “gunsmith” or “carpenter”, Robertson had directed the tentacles of his threats not only against Joe Bidenhad also messed with officials who were involved in court cases against Donald Trump; more specifically, he had positioned himself against Alvin Bragg, Merrick Garland, and Letitia James.

“A frail old man”: This is how his neighbors define him, who have stated in statements to the US media that they in no way imagined him taking a car and going to kill President Joe Biden.

In this sense, an acquaintance of Robertson with whom ‘The Washington Post’ has spoken, has expressed surprise that they came to take him as a serious threat. This source has also contributed that the dejected this Wednesday had come to collect about twenty weapons although, he pointed out, this was not unusual in the area.

Craig Robertson was facing three federal charges, CNN reported, including threats against the president, or influencing and retaliating against law enforcement officers.

Among the complaints, in fact, there were publications on social networks. “Now is a good time for a presidential assassination or two. First Joe, then Kamala!!!”, he launched in 2022 on his networks.

Recently, on the occasion of Biden’s visit to Utah, he had written: “I have heard that Biden is coming to Utah. Dusting off my sniper rifle. But his words had also been directed at the FBI itself: “Hello, FBI. Are you still monitoring my social networks? To have a weapon in hand when you pass by again.

Although to his acquaintances these threats were not serious, the authorities considered them “credible”.

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