12/20/12, "Passaic County Man Charged with Making Threatening Phone Calls to Federal and State Officials," 7th space interactive, from FBI report
"A Passaic County, New Jersey man will make his initial court appearance
today on charges he made numerous threatening telephone calls to public
officials, including Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and the office of
United States Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.). Ronnie D McMillian, 27,
of Hawthorne, New Jersey, was arrested yesterday and charged by
complaint with two counts of transmitting threats to injure another
through interstate commerce....
In July 2012, the United States Capitol Police spoke to McMillian about
his harassing and threatening communications and warned him that he
could be arrested and prosecuted if he continued to make such calls.
McMillian continued to make threatening telephone calls to state and
federal officials, two instances of which are detailed in the complaint.
On September 29, 2012, McMillian called and left a voicemail with
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s Office of Constituent Affairs at the
Louisiana State Capital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
made numerous vulgar and harassing statements relating to his
interpretation of Gov. Jindal’s stance on gay rights. Among other
things, McMillian said,
“And you better keep in your f—ing little head,
you little maggot—you better keep in your f—ing head that gay people
have Second Amendment rights, too, you little [unintelligible]. So you
better back the f— off or [begins yelling] every single one of you white
[Re]publican parasites are going to get a bullet in your f—ing head.
You are going to hang for treason, you disgusting maggot.”
17, 2012, McMillian called United States Rep. Michele Bachmann’s
district office in Waite Park, Minnesota, three times and made several
violent and threatening statements. A constituent services officer in
Congresswoman Bachmann’s office answered all three calls. During each
call, the constituent services officer asked McMillian to clean up his
language and, when he did not, the constituent services officer
terminated the call.
McMillian called back several times using
increasingly threatening and violent language, including stating that
“Now I am going to break your f—ing face.” If convicted, he faces a
maximum potential penalty of five years in prison per count and a fine
of up to $250,000. United States Attorney Fishman credited United States
Capitol Police Supervisory Special Agent Jason Bel; and special agents
of the FBI, under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Michael B
Ward, for the investigation leading to the arrest. The government is
represented by Assistant United States Attorney Nicholas P Grippo and
Deputy Chief Matthew E Beck of the United States Attorney’s Office
General Crimes Unit in Newark. The charge and allegations in the
complaint are merely accusations, and the defendant is considered
innocent unless and until proven guilty." via gateway pundit