Massachusetts Man Arrested For Offering Money To “Anyone” Who Would Kill An ICE Agent (VIDEO)

A man from Cambridge, Massachusetts – Elizabeth Warren’s home city – has been arrested for tweeting an offer of $500 to “anyone” who would kill an ICE agent. 33 Year old Brandon Ziobrowski is now in a world of trouble.

CBS News in Boston reports:

Cambridge Man Accused Of Tweeting Threats Against ICE Agents, McCain

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Ziobrowski was charged with one count of use of interstate and foreign commerce to transmit a threat to injure another person. He was arrested Thursday morning in New York and will appear in Boston at a later date.

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, in one alleged tweet on July 2, Ziobrowski wrote: “I am broke but I will scrounge and literally give $500 to anyone who kills an ice agent. @me seriously who else can pledge get in on this let’s make this work.” At the time of the tweet, Ziobrowski had 448 Twitter followers…

U.S. attorney Andrew Lelling said his office will aggressively pursue anyone inciting violence against law enforcement, citing the shooting of four officers in Massachusetts this year.

“Under the guise of political debate, we are facing a rising tide of public threats and invitations to violence that undermine a Democratic society and a rule of law,” Lelling said during a press conference Thursday morning. “Federal agents enforce laws enacted by Congress.”

Here’s a copy of the tweet:

Here’s a video report:

Just another potentially violent leftist for CNN and MSNBC to ignore.

Nothing to see here!

 

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