California man charged with making terrorist threat to president of Wisconsin school board

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU/Gray News) – A California gentleman is billed and accused of building a death danger toward the president of a Wisconsin school board.

According to on the net court records, 33-calendar year-previous Jeremy Hanson was billed with terrorist threats, which is a felony.

According to the prison complaint filed with the prices, Hanson despatched an nameless email to Tim Nordin, the ECASD Board of Instruction president, from a Gmail account named “Kill All Marxist Teachers” at 11:58 a.m. on March 21, 2022.

In accordance to WEAU, the email reported, “I am likely to kill you and shoot up your up coming university-board meeting for promoting the radical transgender agenda. It is now time to declare war on you pedos. I am heading to get rid of you and your whole relatives.”

The e-mail was despatched to Nordin’s faculty electronic mail, and ECASD’s IT workers labored with the Eau Claire Police Office to find the IP deal with of the machine the email was despatched from.

Investigators learned the IP address originated in Los Alamitos, California, and that the message appeared to have been sent from a PlayStation 4.

Detectives arrived at out to the web provider supplier, Spectrum, to get a lot more information and facts about the account holder. The Orange County Sheriff’s Division then contacted the account holder, who discovered herself as the mom of Hanson and verified that they owned a PlayStation 4.

Investigators have been explained to that Hanson leans “very far correct politically,” in accordance to court paperwork, and has open up situations with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for producing related threats in other locations. Hanson’s mother said that Hanson is on the autism spectrum.

In a assertion just after obtaining the risk, Nordin reported that threats and violence towards many others are unacceptable, and reported “to threaten my spouse and children, my board colleagues, the personnel of our educational facilities, and, in fact, any person in our neighborhood who would come to a faculty board conference, angers me to my very core.” A faculty board assembly on the working day the risk was built had a few law enforcement officers existing as a precaution.

If convicted, Hanson faces a highest penalty of $10,000 and a optimum sentence of a few and a fifty percent years in jail.

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