April 3, 2024

Man Who Threatened Justice John Roberts Sentenced to 14 Months

On July 21, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts received a threatening call at the Supreme Court.

The man who left the message, Neal Brij Sidhwaney, 43, was a Florida resident at the time, and he threatened to kill Justice Roberts.

He has since been sentenced to 14 months in jail for making the threat.

Going to Jail

The voicemail that was left for Roberts, among other things, stated, "I will f------ kill you.”

Several weeks after the message was left, police were able to track down the caller and took Sidhwaney into custody on April 18.

When the indictment came down, Justice Roberts was tagged as “Victim 1” in the indictment.

On Monday, the case came before U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales in Jacksonville, Fl.

Judge Morales has now sentenced Sidhwahaney to 14 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to the charge of transmitting an interstate kill threat.

Sidhwahaney was ruled competent to stand trial by a psychologist even though he had suffered from "delusional disorder with psychosis."

Sidhwahaney is a former Google programmer who, the psychologist stated, had maintained a “paranoid belief system.”

According to his mother, he would become “enraged” when he would watch the local news, which triggered him to make these threatening calls and write threatening letters.

There has been a significant rise in threats against the Supreme Court over the last few years, resulting in calls for additional security for the justices.

The threats have more than doubled since 2021, when 224 threats were received, compared to 457 in 2023.

Thus far, the scariest of them all was a man traveling to the DC area to kill Justice Kavanaugh, a Trump-appointed justice.

The man, Nicholas Roske, has pleaded not guilty while working on a plea deal with prosecutors.

Conservative justices have been the target of numerous attacks ever since the leak came out regarding the Dobbs case that would overturn Roe v. Wade.

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