Dallas Grand Jury Indicts Keller Man on Charges of Threatening Trump

A Dallas County grand jury has indicted a Keller man after it determined he made threatening statements toward President Trump.The vaguely worded, one-page indictment against Mickael Gedlu was issued Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas. It doesn't mention the nature of the threats, but Gedlu wrote in a June 5 post on Facebook that, "For 20 straight months now, openly and publicly, I have been calling for President Trump's death."He added a "metoo" hashtag at the end of the post.According to the indictment, Gedlu's threats were made between Dec. 29 of last year and June 3 and he "did knowingly and willfully make a threat to take the life of, and to inflict bodily harm upon, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump."  Continue reading...

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