A USA. Coast Guard Lieutenant and self-appointed white nationalist were arrested after federal investigators opened a cache of weapons and ammunition in their home in Maryland, according to which the government said it had accumulated to spread domestic terrorist attacks on politicians and journalists. "Purposive violence" to "establish a white homeland" and dream of ways to "kill almost every last person on earth" according to a court record filed in the US District Court in Maryland. Although judicial documents do not detail the exact target date of the attack, the government stated that it had accumulated reserves and weapons, at least since 2017, had developed a goal table that included the Speaker of the Chamber, D-Calif. And he searched the Internet. using phrases such as "a better place in dc to see people with a ride" and "are protected by a higher court judge."
"The defendant intends to kill innocent civilians on a scale that is rarely found in this country," the government said in court documents filed this week, arguing that Hasson should remain in jail while awaiting trial.
Hasson, of the Silver Spring, is expected to appear before a judge to detain a hearing at the federal court in Greenbelt at 13:00 on Thursday
Hasson was arrested for illicit weapons and drugs on the night before, but the government says these allegations are "preaching the tip of the iceberg." Officers from the US Attorney's Office in Maryland told Hasson's intentions to cause chaos and destruction. in court documents describing a person obsessed with neo-fascist and neo-Nazi views.
"Please send me your violence so that I will disassociate it", – Hasson wrote in a letter from the prosecutors, which was found in his e-mail. drafts "Manage my hatred to make this world a lasting impression."
Judge of the magistrate ordered the Office of the Federal Public Defender to present Hasson;
Hasson works at the US Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington since 2016, according to court documents filed by prosecutors. He also served in the United States Marine Corps in the period from 1988 to 1993 and at the National Guard Army for about two years in the mid-1990s, filing applications.
Agents with the FBI Field Office in Baltimore and the Coast Guard Investigation Service are arrested. Hasson on Friday, confirmed by the FBI representative Baltimore Dave Fitz
Coast Guard Representative, Lieutenant Cmdr. Scott McBride said on Wednesday that Hasson no longer works at the Coast Guard headquarters.
"A Coast Guard member at Washington's Coast Guard headquarters was arrested last week on illicit weapons and drugs as a result of a continuing investigation under the leadership of the Coast Guard Investigation Service in collaboration with the FBI and the Department of Justice," McBride said. written statement. McBride refused to comment by referring to an open investigation.