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This guy definitely got what was coming to him.
Sean Taylor Morky, 19 years-old, was arrested by the Connecticut State Police after tweeting out “Is someone going to bomb the trump rally or am I going to have to?” via Twitter during a Donald Trump campaign stop, according to NBC News.
Morky also went as far as to tell his friends online that they should convince his family members to leave Trump’s Connecticut rally so that they wouldn’t be hurt by an attack.
The US Secret Service was quickly informed of the threats against Trump and his thousands of supporters at the rally, who then passed along the information to local Connecticut authorities.
State police tracked down Morky’s location and discovered that he was the sole user of the Twitter account that tweeted the threat, thus charging him with 1st degree threatening for “inciting injury to person or property” and 2nd degree breach of peace.
After being interviewed by police, Morky was found to not be an imminent threat to the public or Trump and was released on a $250,000 bond until his next court hearing.
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