A Michigan man was arrested for threatening to kill FBI Director Christopher Wray and several members of Congress, celebrities, and business people – believing them to be part of a child sex ring.
Walter was discovered after a threatening voicemail was sent to John Garamendi, a California Democrat, saying: ‘John. Hey John. You’re gonna die John. You’re gonna die.’
Once they traced him authorities discovered Walter’s online life, in which he suggests that half of the US Senate, the FBI, CIA, and several police departments are involved in a child sex slavery ring.
He even accused them of operating the ring out of the Capitol Building in Washington.
Neil Walter, 32, has a social media presence – much of which is still online – full of accusations regarding the likes of various members of Congress, Senators and even Elon Musk and Tom Cruise
On November 19, Walter posted comments on Facebook next to a video of FBI Director Christopher Wray, threatening to kill him, Thomas said
Walter was discovered after a threatening voicemail was sent to Garamendi, a California Democrat, and traced to Walter, saying: ‘John. Hey John. You’re gonna die John. You’re gonna die’
Walter’s parents told investigators that their son has a history of mental illness and wasn’t getting treatment, FBI agent Sean Thomas said in an affidavit filed to support the charge.
He even posted a meme regarding ‘the two sides of mental illness’ to his Facebook page in April 2020.
On November 19, Walter posted comments on Facebook next to a video of FBI Director Christopher Wray, threatening to kill him, Thomas said.
Walter had a gun in his hand when local police visited his home in the Flint area on November 8, the FBI said.
‘Although no direct threats were made towards law enforcement, Walter did claim that he would defend himself against the U.S. government,’ Thomas said.
Walter went on a rant about kids being assaulted and a lawsuit involving Russian leader Vladimir Putin, the agent said.
When police arrived at Walter’s home, he allegedly was holding up a gun and refused to let go of it until he was eventually convinced to put it in the pocket of his sweatshirt, court records say.
Walter did not make any threats other than saying he would defend himself against the government of the United States, authorities claimed.
Walter’s parents told investigators that their son has a history of mental illness and wasn’t getting treatment, FBI agent Sean Thomas said in an affidavit filed to support the charge
He accused Elon Musk (pictured) and Tom Cruise of engaging in a child slavery ring
He also claimed Cruise and Musk were having sex with one another
He’s been charged with transmitting in interstate commerce communications containing a threat to injury the person of another.
His posts on social media go from the conspiratorial to the unbelievable, at one point claiming to be reporting from a ‘rape prison ran by the CIA in conjunction with the American political embassy’ where Cruise was sexually assaulting a 7-year-old.
In another, he claims that Cruise and Musk performed oral sex on one another ‘to an extent that would make you feel strange in your solar plexus.
Outside of individuals, he also accuses every American oil company of assaulting prisoners while forcing them to drink petroleum.
He will remain in custody at least until a hearing on Dec. 1. A message seeking comment was left for his attorney.