April 4, 2024

Man Who Threatened Justice Roberts Sentenced to 14 Months

The sentence has finally been handed down for the man who threatened to kill Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.

Neal Brij Sidhwaney, a former Google programmer, has been sentenced to 14 months.

Sidhwaney had left a threatening message on Roberts’ voicemail on July 31, 2023.

Going to Jail

There was some concern that Sidhwaney would be sent to a psychiatric hospital instead of prison, but that did not happen.

While the psychiatrist did paint a picture of a man who had some mental issues, ultimately, it was ruled that Sidhwaney was mentally competent enough to stand trial for what he did.

The psychiatrist, Dr. Alan J. Harris, had noted that Sidhwaney’s paranoia started once he left Google, believing that the company had planted a chip inside of him.

Sidhwaney left an expletive-laden voicemail for the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, threatening to take his life.

Sidhwaney’s message stated, “Yeah hi, my name is Neal Sidhwaney, uh, this message is for [Justice Roberts]… I will f***ing kill you… Go f***ing tell the Deputy U.S. Marshals you f***ing p**sy.

“I will f***ing talk to them and then I’ll f***ing come kill you anyways, you f***ing c**t.”

Supreme Court justices were given extra protection due to the rising number of threats that have been made against conservative justices since the Dobbs decision was announced, which led to the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

If you recall, a man was arrested for stalking Justice Kavanaugh, having traveled to the DC area to assassinate the justice.

Kavanaugh was also approached while out to dinner one night, actually leaving the restaurant due to threats made by someone there to confront him over his rulings.

It is rather ironic that Donald Trump is regularly criticized by the media and Democrats for inciting violence, but the Democrat rhetoric that created this animosity towards our justices has gone largely uncriticized.

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