Arizona Man Arrested for Making Threats Against Law Enforcement

The Guardian
Article Source: The Guardian

Article Source: The Guardian

  • Donald Day Jr., a 58-year-old Arizona man, was arrested by the FBI for making threats and claiming to be armed. The indictment alleges that he threatened to kill law enforcement officers who came to his remote property in northern Arizona.
  • The grand jury indictment details online links between Day and the Australian Christian extremist couple Gareth and Stacey Train, who carried out a violent attack in Queensland last year. The Trains killed police officers and a neighbor, and Day allegedly made threats after their actions.
  • Day faces two counts of making interstate threats. The indictment refers to his online communications, which included threats against law enforcement officials and a threat of violence against the director-general of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. The Wieambilla attack by the Trains is described as a religiously motivated terrorist attack.  Read More

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