Nicholas Bukoski, top left, is accused of threatening to sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Sr., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and ‘March for Our lives rally participants.
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A 19-year-old Maryland man to show off in front of a long prison sentence for the alleged murder threats against Sen. Kamala Harris, and sen Bernie Sanders, newly unsealed court documents.
Nicholas Bukoski is behind bars Thursday after an appearance in U.S. district court a day earlier on two counts of threat of attack and murder, the United States official and three counts of transmission of threats in interstate Commerce.
“Senator, I would watch your back as you do not want to be today … unprepared, if I get rid of my second amendment protected firearms to the world of you, you, stupid, crazy, old fool…” Bukoski wrote in a chilling Instagram message, addressed to the office of Sanders, I-Vt., in March, according to Federal court documents by Fox 5 DC.
Minutes after Bukoski from the alleged threat, a similar warning was sent to staff for Harris, D-Calif., the documents added.
She also said that the Crofton man called in to the DC police department’s tip line to be a threat against the participants of the “March for Our lives” gun control rally at the end of March.
“I’m intending to send the message that gun control, bomb control, or any other kind of weapons control will not stop the attacks, it is a matter of the heart. My heart is messed up and evil, and a part of me wants to see people suffer,” Bukowski, according to Fox 5 DC.
Bukowski first appeared before the court on may 8. June, but he was held already, on separate charges in Maryland for arson and robbery after he was accused of setting fires in Crofton and Gambrills, and robs a 7-Eleven store with a knife in January.
He could be reported to decades in prison for the state charges and many more years on the Federal ones, Fox 5 DC.