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A Texas man was on Friday arrested on the charge that he is more than a dozen threatening messages to to San Antonio, and the mayor, in two days ‘ time, the mayor’s staff to believe that the man could be the “next mass shooter”, according to the warranty statement.
Adam Thomas of Converse, 25, is faced with charges of making a terrorist threat on a public servant and resisting arrest, the San Antonio Express-News reported.
Police said Adam Thomas, Converse, resisted arrest when the officers tried to get him to hold on to earlier this month.
(Bexar County, Central Records)
According to a warrant affidavit cited by the paper, a Converse, be sent at least 14 threatening messages to to San Antonio’s Mayor, Ron Nierenberg, via Facebook Messenger, on Oct. 4, and Dec. 5.
“It would be better, you are all dead, with no hope of a life after death…. I just want to die,” one of the messages reportedly said.
“People lose their arms, hands, feet, and head. Don’t even try me,” read another, according to the affidavit.
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Nierenberg is the director of communications reported in the posts to the police to say that his office was concerned (Converse) could be the next mass shooter, based on his comments.”
Officers of San Antonio’s Mental Health Unit, and went to Talk to the residence on Jan. 5, and looked at it with a machete on his belt-loop, for the Express-News reported.
The affidavit said Converse told the officers “that he was a contract assassin by the government, and if he had a license to kill, and he would have to kill people.”
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The police have said the Converse, resisted arrest when the officers tried to get him to hold on to. He was taken to a hospital for a mental evaluation and later arrested.
Nierenberg’s office did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.