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Craig Robertson: FBI Kills Utah Man Accused of Threatening Joe Biden

FBI fatally shoots Utah’s Craig Robertson, accused of making threats against President Joe Biden, during early morning raid in Provo.

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Craig Robertson: FBI Kills Utah Man Accused of Threatening Joe Biden

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Provo, Utah – In a developing story, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has reportedly killed Craig Deleeuw Robertson, a Utah man under investigation for allegedly making threats directed at President Joe Biden and Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg.

As mandynews.com has learned, the FBI was attempting to execute an arrest warrant at early Wednesday morning in Provo, Utah, at Robertson’s residence when the incident took place.

Craig Robertson
Craig Robertson

Key Highlights:

  • Robertson is accused of making online threats directed at US President Joe Biden and Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg.
  • Multiple threatening social media posts attributed to Robertson were discovered, alarming the authorities.
  • ABC News reports state that the raid was directly connected to the ongoing investigation against the alleged threats made by Robertson.

The Threats and the Investigation

Independent journalist Ed Krassenstein reported the news on Twitter, outlining the social media threats made by Robertson. The FBI was also investigating Robertson for potential plans to take physical action.

“The FBI takes all shooting incidents involving our agents or task force members seriously,” the FBI said in a statement. “In accordance with FBI policy, the shooting incident is under review by the FBI’s Inspection Division. As this is an ongoing matter, we have no further details to provide.”

ABC News also confirmed the killing, providing details about the operation.

Timeline of Events:

  1. April 2023: The investigation began.
  2. June 2023: The U.S. Secret Service was notified by the FBI.
  3. August 9, 2023: Shooting took place at Robertson’s residence.

Robertson was facing three counts, including interstate threats, threats against the president, and influencing, impeding and retaliating against federal law enforcement officers by threat.

Images of the Suspect

Reported photos of Robertson and his social media page are circulating online, showcasing the posts in which he made the threats.

Craig Robertson
Craig Robertson

Visit our mandynews.com crime section for more detailed updates on this story.

FAQ

1. Who was Craig Robertson? Craig Robertson was a resident of Utah, accused of making threats against President Joe Biden and other officials.

2. What were the specific threats made by Robertson? The threats included statements about assassinating Joe Biden and other disturbing visions.

3. When did the FBI begin investigating Robertson? The investigation began in April 2022.

4. How did the authorities learn about Robertson’s threats? They were found on his social media accounts.

5. What was the nature of the raid on Robertson’s home? The FBI was executing arrest and search warrants at his residence in Provo, Utah.

6. Was anyone else harmed during the operation? As of now, there are no reports of other injuries.

7. What charges was Robertson facing? He was facing three counts, including interstate threats, threats against the president, and influencing federal law enforcement officers by threat.

8. What was President Biden’s response to the incident? Senior staff briefed Biden on the incident, but no official response has been released yet.

9. What will happen next in the investigation? The shooting incident is under review by the FBI’s Inspection Division.

10. Where can I find more information about this incident? Stay updated with the latest developments by following our mandynews.com coverage.

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Source: MandyNews.com

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