NFL: man arrested for terrorist threats

News 14 January, 2018
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    Sunday, 14 January 2018 13:31

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    An individual of the city of San Antonio has been arrested for threatening to kill players and supporters during the playoff game of the NFL between the Jacksonville Jaguars to Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday at Heinz Field.

    According to the tv station KSAT 12, which has put the hand on an affidavit, Yuttana Choochongkol, 30 years ago, has sent a letter to the network, KDKA-TV Pittsburgh, Thursday. His message came eventually to the ears of the director of security of the home of the Steelers, while the bureau of investigation in the us – the FBI – was able to obtain his IP address and user name. The accused was arrested in a clinic for medical tests in Texas.

    “The match Sunday will not be like the other. Why? Because it will be my last day on this planet pathetic. So, why not take innocent lives with me? The stadium of the Steelers will be completed and I plan on murdering players of the team as well as supporters before I remove my life miserable, he wrote. After all, that has to lose a person who is suicidal? Absolutely nothing. So, why not kill a few millionaires of the Steelers before me? It seems to me a good idea.”

    Choochongkol has been indicted for making terrorist threats to the public.