Sunday, April 24, 2016

Man charged over Trump rally bomb risk

Man charged over Trump rally bomb risk 

A 20-year-old man is confronting charges after powers say he tweeted a bomb risk amid a Donald Trump rally in Connecticut.

Connecticut State Police say the US Secret Service reached them on Saturday evening after they saw Sean Morkys post on Twitter, "Would someone say someone is going to bomb the trump rally or am I must?"

Police say that tweet was trailed by another cautioning a companion to have his relatives leave the rally so they wouldn't get hurt.

The Republican presidential confident showed up in Bridgeport, Connecticut, on Saturday.

Powers followed the tweets to a Waterbury home, where they discovered Morkys.

Subsequent to deciding he didn't represent a quick danger, he was taken into guardianship and discharged on a $US25,000 ($A32,310.18) bond.

Initially distributed as Man charged over Trump rally bomb risk


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