Mich. man accused of vowing to kill Jewish government officials to stay in jail

Posted on AllSides March 3rd, 2023
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A man from the Adrian area accused of threatening to kill Attorney General Dana Nessel and other Jewish members of state government agreed Friday to be held without bond while awaiting trial in federal court. Tipton resident Jack Eugene Carpenter III, 41, consented to detention during an appearance in federal court in Detroit, two days after being charged in the latest federal criminal case in Michigan involving extremism and antigovernment views. He is being held in the Livingston County Jail. Carpenter was charged after FBI agents say they found threats...

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