In New Hampshire, a woman was arrested on federal charges after threatening Monica Palmer, chair of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers. The woman threatened Palmer because she had refused to certify Biden’s election in the wake of numerous accusations and proof of voter fraud. Threats included pictures of naked, mutilated bodies and pictures of Palmer’s own daughter.
The suspect is known as Katelyn Jones, and she apparently lives in Michigan. She was on vacation in Epping, NH, when she made the threats and was brought into custody.
“The allegations, in this case, should make all of us disgusted,” stated United States Attorney Schneider. “There is simply no place in Michigan, or the United States, for chilling threats like this to people who are simply doing what they believe is correct.”
“Due to the potentially wide scope of the investigation, we contacted the F.B.I. for their assistance in this case,” said Director John Kosanke. “As a result of the combined efforts between the F.B.I. and our investigative team, led by Detective Ryan Schroerlucke, federal felony charges were filed. I want to express appreciation to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for their assistance in this investigation.”
It is alleged that Jones sent two graphic photographs of a bloody, naked, mutilated, dead woman lying on the ground. Immediately after that, Jones sent a photograph of AV-1’s minor daughter. Palmer also received similar threats on her Instagram account.
If convicted, Jones faces up to 20 years in federal prison and a fine of up to $250,000.
Schneider said that Jones began sending text messages to Palmer’s phone early the following morning. Jones allegedly called Palmer a racist and a terrorist while using “graphic and profane language,” he said.
The text messages also included images of a bloody, naked, and mutilated woman’s body lying on the ground — immediately followed by a photo of Palmer’s young daughter and a message reading, “I’d just like you to imagine that’s…your beautiful daughter,” according to Schneider.
Another message allegedly from Jones read, “You should be afraid, your daughter should be afraid, and so should” your husband, using his name.