The FBI arrested an 18-year-old from Ohio for making threats online – including against the federal government and Planned Parenthood – and found a large supply of weapons.
When agents raided the Boardman in Ohio, In the house where Justin Olsen lived, they found 15 rifles, 10 semi-automatic pistols, and about 10,000 rounds of ammunition. This is the result of a lawsuit filed by FBI Special Agent Themistocles Tsarnas, published by NBC News "ArmyOfChrist" was charged on Monday for threatening to attack a federal police officer.
"According to Tsarnas, ArmyOfChrist discussed supporting mass shootings and attacking and / or targeting planned parenthood."
Mahoning County Prosecutor Michael McBride has ruled that the authorities had to act swiftly against the threats following the recent mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, NBC subsidiary WFMJ reports Olsen began earlier this year when FBI agents in Anchorage, Alaska, found a user named ArmyOfChrist in a chat room called "iFunny" who made threatening comments.
This user wrote online that he supported the Oklahoma City bombing in 1