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The 49-year-old coastguard lieutenant is detained and faces domestic allegations of terrorism for allegedly planning "to kill innocent civilians on a scale rarely observed in this country." according to court documents filed at the US District Court in Maryland on Tuesday.
Federal prosecutors argue that Christopher Paul Hasson, a self-described white nationalist living in Silver Spring, Maryland, has accumulated a stock of weapons at least since 2017 while cultivating plans to launch a widespread attack on prominent MPs, including a host. Nancy Pelosi and several senior journalists from MSNBC and CNN.
Judicial documents show that Hayison has been dealing with extremist and white superior views for years – seeking to establish a "white homeland" – and saying he is a "local terrorist who is trying to do actions dangerous to human lives that are designed to influence government behavior. "
"I dream of a way to kill every last man on earth," wrote Hasson in an e-mail project of June 2, 2017, which was revealed by investigators, according to court documents. During the e-mail addressed to "friends … more likely to be known", he considered the most effective methods of "causing total destruction" by deploying a biological attack on the public, followed by contamination of food stocks. "There will have to be a lot of blood to get out of the couch … They will die, as are the traitors who are actively working for our death," he wrote with contempt.
The different letter also includes a list of tasks for the next four years, revealing the desire of Hasson to "get out of debt!" Buy a conversion wagon, diesel, buy land for a family to the west or eventually NC mtns. "He also adds, that he must "come out" from Tramadol, a highly addictive drug. "Clear my head," he says. Officials arrested Hassan on Friday on charges of illegal possession of a firearm as well as possession of a controlled substance. But the government called these accusations a "proverbial tip of the iceberg" and subsequently filed a request Tuesday to request the court to detain Hassan, who has a hearing on detention on February 21st.
In recent years, the government has claimed that Hason was buying weapons, collecting 15 firearms and more than 1,000 rounds of mixed ammunition – all of which were confiscated from the basement apartment of Hassan last week.
During the raid, the staff also found the Hasson's computer containing a spreadsheet reported. is a hit list of possible goals – high-ranking current and former democratic politicians, activists, political organizations and media.
In addition to Pelosi, Hasson claims he was contemplating a kind of violent attack on Senate minority leaders Chuck Sumer, Sense Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Richard Blumenthal, along with US officials. and a former member of the home, Beto O'Rourke. The list of spreadsheets also included MSNBC hosts Chris Hayes and Joe Scarborough, as well as Don Lemon and Van Jones from CNN.
Judicial files draw a picture of an angry and drugged person who has been searching for answers in neo-fascist and neo-Nazi literature for decades and who desperately wants to make "a lasting impression on this world." Obviously, Hasson often sought instructions from a manifesto written by Anders Breivik, an extreme right-wing, anti-Muslim Norwegian nationalist who was convicted in 2011 of two terrorist attacks that killed 77 people. According to officials, Hasson uses Breivik's methods to refine his list of potential victims by searching the Internet for "the most liberal senators"; – where most senators live; Hasson's drug use also appears to stem from the instructions in the Breivick Manifesto, "taking drugs to increase his ability to perform attacks." Documents show that when the agents searched his apartment, they found documentation that showed that Hason had ordered "at least 4,200" Tramadol 100mg "pills from 2016. When searched at his workplace, the employees said that have discovered at least 100 synthetic opioid pills and a locked container filled with more than 30 bottles, designated as human growth hormone, wrote the Prosecutor's Office
Hasson works at the US Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, DC, from 2016 He was an active member at the time he was arrested He previously served in the US Marine Corps from 1988 to 1993, then joined the National Guard of the Army for about two years
"An active Coast Guard member located at the Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington , was arrested last week for illegal weapons and drugs as a result of a continuing investigation conducted by the Coast Guard's Investigation Service in cooperation with the FBI and the Justice Department, Coast Guard spokesman Barry Lane said in an e-mail statement.