February 5, 2024

Case Dropped Against Man Who Threatened to Kill Biden and Harris

I have to admit, this report stunned me about as much as it probably stunned Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.  

Russell Warren, who was arrested for alleged threats against Biden and Harris, has had the case dismissed.  

According to the judge, his comments were not a direct threat, so the case was tossed.  

Let Him Go 

U.S. Magistrate Judge Patricia Morris, who was appointed to her position by a Republican, likely raised some serious eyebrows over this dismissal.  

According to Morris, his threat was empty. 

She ruled that Warren “did not say that he was going to do anything to harm either the president or (Harris). 

“His message called on someone or others to ‘take’ him or her and he wanted them to be taken to prison where they would be hanged, which would be accomplished by law enforcement and the courts. 

“He did not threaten to take or kidnap them to any secluded place nor did he threaten to harm them by his own hands.” 

Warren’s social media accounts were littered with threats against other public officials.  

Additionally, the Secret Service was put on the case, tracking him down via the IP address he used to post on his social media accounts.  

Warren also had a previous arrest for assault with a deadly weapon. 

Had he been convicted in this case, he could have been sentenced to as many as five years for each offense.  

As I noted above, considering Warren’s past record and the comments that he had made, I am astonished that Morris allowed this man to walk out of the courtroom before a trial took place.  

I have to imagine that Democrats are up in arms over this.  

For Morris’ sake, I hope she got this one right. This is especially true since conservatives are always pushing law and order, regardless of party affiliation. 

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