Man Who Allegedly Threatened Biden Killed by FBI

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During an FBI operation early on Wednesday morning, a man accused of making threats against President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris was reportedly shot and killed.

According to several different sources informed on the issue, the raid was related to an investigation into purported threats against President Joe Biden and others.

According to one of the sources, the relevant inquiry started in April, and the FBI contacted the U.S. Secret Service in June.

The official claimed that in addition to posting threatening messages, the suspect also implied online that he was preparing to take physical action to harm President Biden

A man named Craig Robertson was the suspect.

According to the complaint, Robertson was charged with three counts: making threats against the president, making threats over state lines, and using threats to intimidate or obstruct federal law enforcement officials.

The the case against him reportedly included multiple statements on social media that Robertson is said to have made threatening to assassinate Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and a number of people involved in the investigation against former President Donald Trump.

According to the FBI in Salt Lake City, a gunshot took place at a Provo home about 6:15 a.m. local time as special agents tried to execute arrest and search warrants there.

No further details about the true nature of the shooting, including whether or not it was justified, have been provided to the media at this time.

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