A Nesbitt man has been jailed for making racist threats

Nesbitt, Miss. (WMC) – A man has been sentenced to two years and six months in prison for making racist threats.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Miss. said 21-year-old Aubrey Suzuki used a coded messaging platform with members of a white supremacist organization to make threats.

According to NDM, Suzuki made a lot of statements about fascist and white supremacist ideology, and also stated, “Honestly, I don’t want to be an ordinary person. I want to breathe revolution. I want to be in the middle of gangs with my mates n* ******* kill sp*** fa***** and blow up the system.

Agents learned that Suzuki was in the process of purchasing an AR-15 from an online dealer.

“The defendant, in this case, made credible threats to shoot members of various minority groups and then purchased a semi-automatic rifle. While all Americans have a constitutional right to free speech, that right does not include the right to threaten or terrorize others,” said U.S. Attorney Clay Joyner. “The U.S. Attorney’s Office will vigorously prosecute such conduct, and agents and prosecutors will , who worked to stop this potential mass shooting, should be commended.”

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