More than 100 Florida law enforcement agencies received an email from an address named “email@example.com.” The email read “***FROM IT: BE CAREFUL*** on the phones today, tomorrow gunning up going to shoot some corrupt officers in the head!! ok? good talk, Americans are dying better You then unknowingly in our Streets!! WW3 get it??”
Then there was another mass email from “firstname.lastname@example.org.” The subject line read, “Subject: [redacted] you a traitor? I need to shoot U in the head, then, come over and hand me your firearm, David Lee Biasotti DARPA Alpha 1 of 1.”
The person who sent the emails was identified as 50-year-old David Lee Biasotti.
When officers confronted him he said he would be forced to take matters “into his own hands” if officers didn’t arrest people in the Catholic Church for committing fraud.
Needless to say, he was arrested and had a $40,000 bond for two intimidation charges — sending a written threat to kill and sending a written threat to conduct a mass shooting.