Illinois Woman Arrested for Allegedly Making Death Threats Against President Trump and His Youngest Son
Tracy Marie Fiorenza, an Illinois woman, has been charged with threatening to kill former President Donald Trump and his youngest son, Barro...
Illinois Woman Charged with Threatening to Kill Former President Donald Trump and Barron Trump
Tracy Marie Fiorenza, an Illinois woman, has been charged with threatening to kill former President Donald Trump and his youngest son, Barron Trump. She allegedly sent threatening emails to an educational institution in Palm Beach County, Florida. Fiorenza has been charged with Transmitting Threats to Kill or Injure Another Person in Interstate Commerce, which is a violation of federal law.
Threatening Emails Sent to Educational Institution
According to charging documents, a woman named Fiorenza allegedly sent threatening emails to the headmaster of an institution. In the first email on May 21, 2023, she stated her intention to shoot Donald Trump Sr. and Barron Trump in the face whenever she had the chance. Two weeks later, on June 5, 2023, Fiorenza allegedly sent another email claiming that she would shoot Barron Trump in self-defense, with his father present.
Confirmation of Threats by U.S. Secret Service
The U.S. Secret Service has contacted a person named Fiorenza after receiving threatening emails from her. They requested an interview with her, and she agreed to be interviewed at the USSS Chicago Field Office. During the interview, Fiorenza confirmed that she intentionally wrote and sent the threatening emails from her residence in Plainfield, Illinois.
Political Tensions and Legal Troubles
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Texas Woman Arrested for Death Threats Against U.S. District Judge and Others
A woman from Texas has been arrested for making death threats against U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan in Washington, D.C. The woman, identified as Abigail Jo Shry, allegedly admitted to federal authorities that she called Judge Chutkan and threatened to kill her if former President Donald Trump did not win the 2024 election. Court documents reveal that Shry also threatened to kill Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, as well as the LGBT community and other unidentified "democratic parties." The arrest was made based on the woman's admission to the threats.
Threatening Message Left for Judge Chutkan
In a recent incident, a woman named Shry left a threatening message for Judge Chutkan, using racial slurs and making violent threats. She allegedly threatened to kill anyone who went after former President Trump, including Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, all Democrats in Washington D.C., and all people in the LGBTQ community. Law enforcement is investigating the matter.
Threats Towards Sheila Jackson Lee
According to documents, a woman named Shry made threatening statements towards Sheila Jackson Lee, a politician. Shry allegedly stated that they wanted to kill Lee and that if former President Trump is not re-elected in 2024, they would come to kill her. Shry also reportedly threatened to target Lee personally, publicly, and her family as well.