Between March and May 2020, Alexander Hillel Treisman conducted Internet searches at Biden’s home address and traveled within 4 miles of the Biden residence, according to a detention order signed by a federal magistrate judge.
After describing Treisman’s alleged interest in Biden, the judge wrote that authorities also found that a checklist written by the defendant was believed, including the word “executed.” Also on a list of evidence noted by the judge was an online meme posted in April 2020 by Treisman with the caption: “Should I kill that bid?”
Information about the former Vice President was included in a long list of evidence that prosecutors included in his case. Although a grand jury indicted Treisman for possession of child pornography, he has not been charged with possessing weapons, or Biden for his research or writing. Prosecutors declined to talk about any future charges.
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According to the court document, Treisman’s attorney indicated in court that his client had been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, and the court noted that Treisman had no prior criminal history.
The US Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of North Carolina declined to comment on the case.
A spokesman for the US Secret Service told CNN, “The Secret Service does not confirm or comment on the absence or existence of specific investigations. We can however say, the Secret Service takes all threats against our security seriously.”
As the principal contender for the presidency, Biden received Secret Service patronage in March of this year.
According to a court order, Treisman came to the attention of investigators after employees at a bank in Kannapolis, North Carolina. Inside the van, officers found: AR-15 style rifles and other firearms; Canister of explosive substance tannerite; arms and ammunition; Books about survival, bomb making, improvised weapons and Islam; According to the court document, pictures of swastikas and planes crashed into buildings.
The judge wrote that the police arrested the trainman as he later went to the bank to inquire about the location of his van.
During an interview with the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force, Treisman told agents “he is interested in terrorist incidents and mass shootings,” according to the court order.
After executing the search warrant on Trebimann’s cell phone and other electronic devices found in the van, the FBI searched thousands of child pornography pictures and videos, according to a court order.
In addition to the above information in reference to Biden, the judge’s order noted other items of evidence discovered during the investigation, including:
• A note on Treisman’s cell phone made in 2019 describing a plan to conduct a mass shooting at the mall’s food court on Christmas or Black Friday.
• Images of the 2019 mosque shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand, which were allegedly downloaded by Treisman.
• In February 2020, Traisman’s cell phone allegedly posted an internet mention of “raping children and posting child porn.”
He allegedly played a video made by Treisman in April 2020 by Mandalay Bay Casino in Las Vegas, which included audio of a man saying: “This is it. This is it, this is where, Where they did it. Allahu Akbar ah hah, good. ”
• A handwritten “autobiography” was later found in Traisman’s prison cell, which referred to the mass shootings.
• Images taken at a Fort Bragg shooting range.
The judge’s court order concluded with a declaration that Treisman remains a threat to the community and will therefore remain in custody while the court progresses on the child pornography possession charge.