Not too bright to use one’s military work computer to plan domestic terrorism

NYTimes: Coast Guard Officer Plotted to Kill Democrats and Journalists, Prosecutors Say:

. . . He performed internet searches for the MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, among others, and for the phrase “civil war if Trump impeached,” the authorities said.

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The court filings did not make clear how the authorities had learned about Lieutenant Hasson’s plans. The court documents noted, though, that in the last two years “the defendant conducted online searches and made thousands of visits for pro-Russian, neo-fascist, and neo-Nazi literature.”

And query: Was a subpoena or search warrant sent to Google? We shall see

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