You won’t find this story on the mainstream media. I looked at 10:54 AM on Friday, and found nothing. But, great work by the Daily Caller on this. Man arrested in Jewish Center Bomb threats, and he’s a altleft radical.
From the DC:
“A disgraced former reporter was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation Friday for several bomb threats to Jewish Community Centers, Jewish schools and Jewish museums around the country.
Juan Thompson, 31, was arrested in St. Louis by the FBI for making at least eight bomb threats and the cyberstalking of an ex-girlfriend. Thompson was a former reporter for The Intercept, and was fired after it was discovered that he made up sources and stories, including one about Charleston shooter Dylann Roof.”
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/03/anti-trump-communist-arrested-for-jewish-community-center-bomb-threats/#ixzz4aHLq4nSR
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