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A Norwalk man accused by Ministry of Justice officials of being furious at lifting net neutrality was arrested on Friday for allegedly threatening the FCC chairman's family would have.
33, is suspected by federal officials of sending threatening emails to an account owned by FCC leader Ajit Pai, who threatened to kill Pai's family members. He was arrested in Los Angeles
The FBI tracked the emails to a computer in Man's house in Norwalk. DOJ officials said they had confessed to sending the emails, claiming he was angry at Pai's position on net neutrality and wanted to "scare" Pai.
Accused of murdering the immediate family of a US official intimidating or disturbing such an official while performing official duties or intending to retaliate such officer for the performance of official duties, according to the Federal Prosecutor's Office [1
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