Louisiana man pleads guilty to threatening DC pizzeria

SHREVEPORT, La. – A Louisiana man has admitted to calling in a threat from Washington, D. C., pizzeria, three days after a shooting in a nearby pizzeria target of an online conspiracy theory.

The Prosecutor of the V. S. Stephanie A. Finley says 52-year-old Yusif Lee Jones of Shreveport pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of interstate threatening communications.

According to the testimony at his plea hearing, on Dec. 7, Jones called Besta Pizza shop, and said that he tried to “save the children” and threatened to “shoot everyone in the place.”

There is in the same block as Comet Ping Pong, where a gunman a “research” fake news stories that the Democrats made use of the restaurant at the harbor child sex slaves opened fire with an assault weapon. Several neighboring companies, harassing calls.

The authorities traced the call to Jones, who admitted to and was arrested.

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