On June 8, 2022, Montgomery County police officers are guarding the Supreme Court’s Brett Cabano’s house in Chevy Chase, Maryland, while protesters march.
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A man arrested near Brett Kavanaugh’s house in the Maryland Supreme Court earlier this month pleaded not guilty to trying to kill Kavanaugh on Wednesday.
Nicholas John Roske, 26, in Simi Valley, California, remained in custody after a charge attempting to assassinate a Supreme Court judge.
During the prosecution, he bowed his head, clasped his hand around his neck, and answered the question of Magistrate Judge Azimel Kelesi. His elected counsel, Andrew Szekelys, told the judge that his clients were pleased to receive the medical care and unspecified medications they needed while in custody.
Quereshi has set a tentative trial date on August 23.
A grand jury in Greenbelt, Maryland, charged Roske last week. The prosecution will be sentenced to life imprisonment.
Roske, arrested on June 8, was armed with guns and knives and united when he arrived by taxi past 1 am outside Kabanau’s house in Chevy Chase, a suburb of Washington, Montgomery, Maryland. I had a band and wore black clothes. According to the FBI agent’s affidavit, the county.
According to the affidavit, Roske turned around and walked away after seeing the two acting Marshals standing outside.
Roske called the county police and said he had come to Maryland from California to kill justice in the Supreme Court, the agent wrote. According to his affidavit, Roske also told police that he had suicidal ideation with a gun in his suitcase.
After being arrested, Roske became a police detective, Leaked draft opinion It suggests that the Supreme Court is trying to dismiss the groundbreaking abortion case, Roe v. Wade. Roske also said he was upset School massacre in Uvalde, TexasAnd believed in Kavanaugh Will vote to relax gun control laws, The affidavit said.
According to the FBI, investigators found a pistol in Roske’s suitcase and backpack with ammunition, knives, pepper spray, binding bands, hammers, duct tape, pistol lights, and other gear.
The Department of Homeland Security reported that the May draft opinion leak unleashed a wave of threats to officials and others, increasing the likelihood of radical violence. The leaked opinion also triggered protests outside the homes of Kavanaugh and other judges.
Last Thursday, President Joe Biden 24-hour security protection To the family of judges of the Supreme Court.