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Wisconsin man charged with making 'terrorist threats,' interfering with Election Day voting sent messages to Mandela Barnes, Ron Johnson

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Michael J. Miecielica, 38, is charged with making "terrorist threats" and using threats to discourage voting. He is also charged with endangering safety with the use of a dangerous weapon and disorderly conduct. Police say he entered a West Bend, Wisconsin, library with a hunting knife and demanded staff stop voting. A judge set his bail at $75,000.
Published 3 months ago

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Wisconsin man charged with making 'terrorist threats,' interfering with Election Day voting sent messages to Mandela Barnes, Ron Johnson

Michael J. Miecielica, 38, was charged after police say he went into a West Bend library and demanded staff "stop the voting" on Election Day.

3 months ago·Milwaukee, United States
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