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A Florida man with anti-government views, it can be fatal to the boss on Monday about the husband’s support of the President’s Trump card, to place an American flag next to his body, according to authorities.
Mason, Toney, 28, are accused of the killing by his manager, William Knight, 28, an Orlando construction site, in the vicinity of the Florida Turnpike, and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said on Monday. Toney was arrested after an hours-long search, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
Witnesses said the couple, who had been his friends, were travelling from one job to the other, and when they got into an argument, possibly over political differences, according to a statement. Toney is anti-government and very outspoken about his belief that government is bad and out to get him,” the Detective Fabian Ramirez wrote in a statement.
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Mason, Toney, 28, has been charged with the murder of his boss on Monday. The authorities suspect that the killing may have been prompted by an argument over their opposing political views.
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He said that the Knight is a proud, and outspoken American, and pro-Donald Trump.” Witnesses told investigators that they heard the Knight shouting for help at around 10:30, and She said to Toney, repeatedly stabbed him with a trowel.
The witnesses began throwing things at Toney before he advanced on them with what they thought was a knife,” the researchers said. Toney, fled in a white Dodge Ram truck, calling people “terrorists,” one witness claimed.
The researchers found that there is a Us flag next to the Knight’s body when they responded to the scene. The witness said Toney is going to have to work with, a small backpack, which was unusual for him, according to the affidavit.
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He has been charged with first-degree murder and is being held without bond. Knight’s father, William, told WESH-TV that the men had known each other for most of their lives.
“He was a friend of the family,” the William Knight said of Toney. “My son went to elementary school with him, and at the middle school and high school students.”