Should’ve let him go for it

Police and FBI agents searched a Hudson Valley home Wednesday and arrested the 56-year-old man living there after learning about his alleged plan to build a bomb and blow himself up in Washington D.C. on Election Day, two law enforcement officials told News 4 New York.

Court documents say Paul Rosenfeld wanted to draw attention to his belief in an ancient election system called “sortition,” a method of choosing political officials at random.

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5 Responses to Should’ve let him go for it

  1. Free Citizen says:

    What do you want to bet that the FBI set him up? It is not illegal to buy any amount of black powder or to transport it. The FBI doesn’t care about you, just to make themselves look good. What are the odds that the FBI told the reporter?

    • Wirecutter says:

      Didn’t say he’s from New York? If he is, then it probably was illegal for him to buy and transport black powder in his home state. Everything’s illegal there.

    • Sanders says:

      I sent one of my guys to Home Depot to get some things to clean up the equipment. He got some bleach to clean a couple 500 gal. water tanks that were getting a little funky; and he got a couple gallons of muriatic acid to clean the grout mixer up.

      The Home Depot manager comes out and asks him what he is going to do with that stuff. I guess my guy told him it was none of his business and to fuck off.

      I figure Homeland Security will be knocking on my office door any time now.

  2. bogsidebunny says:

    Looks like President Trump is really getting to the sensitive Democrats.

  3. Critter says:

    Seems like a garden variety nutburger, to go mouthing off to his buddy like that.

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