A veteran who was unhappy with his health care was indicted on Wednesday after threatening to kill New Jersey Rep. Frank A. LoBiondo.
Joseph Brodie of Millville, New Jersey, was indicted for threatening LoBiondo and two staff members after making a “series of demands,” USA Today reported.
According to the indictment, Brodie knew he crossed some lines, saying in a text to an acquaintance that he was sure the Secret Service would investigate.
“I’m filling the sandbags now to have a bunker by my house. I’m not going down without a fight,” the text from Sept. 19 read.
Read more at Roll Call.