Mug shot of Alexander Treisman, arrested after threats to kill Joe Biden.
Source: Kannapolis Police Department photo
A 19-year-old man found in North Carolina in May with a delivery truck carrying five guns, explosives, and more than half a million dollars in cash, intended to assassinate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The man, Alexander Hillel Treisman, traveled within four miles of former Vice President Biden's home in Delaware in early May, records show.
That was about a month after Treisman bought an AR-15 rifle in New Hampshire and wrote a checklist with the word "execution" on it, according to a federal judge in a court order establishing his imprisonment for child pornography without bail.
"Should I kill Joe Biden?" Treisman posted on the meme sharing platform iFunny on April 15th.
Triesman was tried in federal court in North Carolina in late September for possession and transmission of child pornography.
His actions in relation to Biden and other worrying evidence against him were cited in an order signed on October 6 as grounds for his pre-trial detention by the judge.
"A timeline of internet research the defendant conducted between March and May 2020 to obtain information about Joe Biden's home address, state gun laws, gun parts and night vision goggles, and actions taken by the defendant, including the publication of the above meme about the killing by Joe Biden, buying an AR-15 in New Hampshire, traveling to a Wendy's within 4 miles of Joe Biden's house, and writing a checklist note that ends with "Do" states the order.
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