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Did you even know there were death threats made against the GOP Senators and bomb threats against Governor Walker?
Did you know they caught someone on FRIDAY?
If you only watch Mainstream News Media, then the answer is YOU are clueless to this. Oh, yeah that is correct, most people thought the GOP Senators were making it up. I think it would take a shooting to get the MSM to report it. They must have been too getty about the upcoming protest to report on it FRIDAY! Or Saturday! Or Sunday!
Suspect Identified in Death Threats Against Grothman, Other GOP SenatorsThreats against Republicans include most obscene words sent in 17 years on job, incumbent says
By Lyssa Beyer
State Sen. Glenn Grothman said he will not be in
News that the state Justice Department has identified one suspect in connection with death threats sent to Republican state senators comes as at least a minor relief to Sen. Glenn Grothman (R-West
"They caught someone? Good," he said Friday night. "I am waiting to hear the background of the type of person who would do such a devious thing."
The suspect admitted to writing two e-mails, threatening to kill Gov. Scott Walker and members of the Senate, according to a press release from the department. Grothman told Patch that he was among those who received a threat.
"The Division of Criminal Investigation takes these kind of threats seriously and will follow through with the investigation and prosecution whenever possible," DCI Administrator Ed Wall said in the release.
"I and the group of people that are working with me have decided that we've had enough," one of the threatening e-mails read. "We feel that you and your Republican dictators have to die."
The message then went on to say the "group" planned to shoot the senators, and plant bombs in various locations, such as their homes and cars.
"If you and your goonies feel that it's necessary to strip the rights of 300,000 people and ruin their lives, making them unable to feed, clothe and provide the necessities to their families and themselves then we will 'get rid of' (in which I mean kill) the eight of you," the e-mail continued. "Please understand that this does not include the heroic senator that risked everything to go aganist what you and your goonies wanted him to do."
The second message was much shorter, and stated:
"(Expletive) you, (expletive). I am formally requesting to see the 30,000 e-mails you have gotten making you comply with the open records law. I assure you that none of them are in support of you or anything that you or your staff stand for. Your staff members have now been added to the hit list as well as those of the other Senate members we have threatened. Please advise them of the impending danger leading to their deaths."
Grothman said the threats made in response to the budget repair bill, and the passing of the revised version, are something unseen before in his nearly 20 years in office.
"We have never — you could add up all of the nasty emails and phone calls I have gotten on the first 17 years on the job — and they would not begin to match the obscenities we have seen from opponents of Gov. Walker," he said.
The state is continuing its investigation into the threats, according to the release.