A 26-year-old man from South Florida was criminally accused of threatening the death of the president of the United States, Donald Trump, to avenge the death of Iranian General Qasem Soleimaní.
Chauncy Devonte Lump was arrested last Saturday at his home by agents from southeast Florida, after a Facebook employee warned them of the video in the user account "BlackMan Vs America".
The user was identified as Lump, a 26-year-old African-American, whose case was listed as "false information of bomb, explosive or weaponry of mass destruction," according to the record of his arrest.RELATED
A document signed by the special agent of the Secret Service Lucas A. White in support of the criminal complaint against Lump explains that the reason for the arrest is that in his seven-minute and ten-second video he made several threats to Trump, which It constitutes a federal crime.
"He killed my leader, please, where is Donald Trump?" Asks Lump in the video, in which he appears with his face covered in white cream, a turban and what looks like a shower curtain covering his body. and with music from the Middle East as the background of his words, according to the agent's description in the brief presented before Judge Lurana S. Snow.
The agent claims that Lump also said that if he did not find Trump he would have to "blow up" Broward County and said he feared an AK-47 assault rifle and was "ready" for Donald Trump.
"He killed my leader and I'm going to have to kill him," said Lump, who at the time of his arrest acknowledged being the one who made the video and related it to US military action last week in Baghdad to kill Soleimaní, although he also said that in principle the video was going to be a "joke".
Lump was arrested without bail and waiting to appear before a judge, which was scheduled for Thursday.
The complaint says that Lump works as a security guard, has a gun license in Florida and has a 9mm semi-automatic pistol.
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