LI man charged with threatening 2 U.S. senators

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In their new editorial, America's editors said they were still committed to finding a justice with Kavanaugh's textualist approach to jurisprudence that is suspicious of the kind of judicial innovation that led to the Roe decision.

Prosecutors say it began on September 27, when he allegedly left a voicemail saying, "Yeah Kavanaugh, I don't think so" and claimed he had a "present" for a senator and that "it's a 9 mm". "Side of your ... skull".

According to the Polk County Sheriff's Office, James Royal Patrick Jr. posted on social media that if Kavanaugh was not confirmed, "whoever I think is to blame, may God have mercy on their soul".

"I'm gonna get you", he's accused of saying in a message to another Senator on October 6.

It was the closest Supreme Court nomination vote in more than a hundred years.

This time, he said: "Thanks to you. we now have a sexual predator on the Supreme Court", and added: "we will proceed to correct it", the complaint charged.

A number of Senators who were on the fence about voting for Kavanaugh received threats, including Sen.

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The prosecution claims even Derisi's wife didn't know what was happening.

DeRisi was remanded back into custody, where he will be given a psychiatric evaluation. He was scheduled to appear in court this afternoon before United States Magistrate Judge Gary R. Brown, authorities say.

DeRisi was previously arrested for making threatening phone calls to another individual three years ago.

Dakota Bracciale, co-owner of Catland Books, told BBC News that the hex is "aimed at exposing Brett Kavanaugh for what he truly is, to cause him harm and see him undone". A combative Kavanaugh denied California college professor Christine Blasey Ford's testimony to the panel that he sexually assaulted her at a 1980s high school gathering when they were teenagers, and he rebutted classmates' descriptions of him as a heavy drinker.

The crowd of bystanders, which included protesters wearing Antifa garb and born-again Christians counterprotesting the event, stood outside the bookstore as several witches performed the hexing ritual on the recently-confirmed Supreme Court Justice inside.

"The First Amendment - the pinnacle of American achievement - protects debate, disagreement and dissent, not death threats", U.S. Attorney Richard P. Donoghue said in a statement.

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