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Man pleads guilty in threats to shoot Black grocery patrons

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A Washington state man who called Buffalo, New York, grocery stores threatening to shoot Black people pleaded guilty to a hate crime.
Published 3 months ago · Seattle, United States

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Man pleads guilty in threats to shoot Black grocery patrons

A suburban Seattle man accused of threatening to shoot Black customers at grocery stores in Buffalo, New York, and at businesses in other states has pleaded guilty to making interstate

3 months ago·United States
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Man pleads guilty in threats to shoot Black grocery patrons

SEATTLE (AP) — A suburban Seattle man accused of threatening to shoot Black customers at grocery stores in Buffalo, New York, and at businesses in other states has pleaded guilty to making interstate threats and the hate crime of interference with a federally protected activity. U.S. Attorney Nick Brown said Joey George of Lynnwood pleaded guilty Monday. Brown said as part of a plea agreement George admitted he made threatening phone calls to gr…

3 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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Washington man pleads guilty to threatening to shoot Black people

A Washington state man who called Buffalo, New York, grocery stores threatening to shoot Black people pleaded guilty to a hate crime.

3 months ago·United States
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Man pleads guilty in threats to shoot Black grocery patrons

A suburban Seattle man accused of threatening to shoot Black customers at grocery stores in Buffalo, New York, and at businesses in other states has pleaded guilty to making interstate threats and the hate crime of interference with a federally protected activity

3 months ago·San Diego, United States
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Man pleads guilty in threats to shoot Black grocery patrons

SEATTLE — A suburban Seattle man accused of threatening to shoot Black customers at grocery stores in Buffalo, New York, and at businesses in other states, has pleaded guilty to making interstate thr

3 months ago·Vancouver, United States
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Lynnwood man pleads guilty in threats to shoot Black grocery patrons

A suburban Seattle man accused of threatening to shoot Black customers at grocery stores in Buffalo, New York, and at businesses in other states, has pleaded guilty to making interstate threats and the hate crime of interference with a federally protected activity.

3 months ago·Seattle, United States
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