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‘You’re all going to die’, Las Vegas man accused of threatening election worker

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A Nevada man is charged with threatening a state election official in four separate phone calls, all made the day after Jan. 6, federal prosecutors said Thursday.

Gjergi Juncaj, 50, of Las Vegas, appeared in federal court Thursday on 4 counts of constructing a threatening phone name. The FBI arrested Juncaj on Wednesday.

On January 7, 2021, Juncaj reportedly called the Nevada Secretary of State’s office four times. At first name, he was transferred to a worker in charge of supervising the elections.

“I want to thank you for the great job you all did in stealing the election,” Juncaj told the worker. “I hope you all go to jail for treason. I hope your children will be molested. You all go [expletive] pass away.”

Twelve minutes later, investigators said Juncaj was calling the office saying, in part, “You’re all going to die.” Whoever picked up the phone said she would contact the police.

Three minutes later, Juncaj called back once again, saying, “You guys really [expletive] this election” and that election workers “are all going to die,” prosecutors said.

A minute later, Juncaj made a fourth reference, saying, “That’s what you’re going to [expletive] get from now. You all go [expletive] die and that’s what you deserve.

Jan. 7, 2021, followed the Jan. 6 Capitol Revolt in which supporters of former President Donald Trump attempted to prevent certification of Electoral College votes for President Joe Biden.

The investigation is part of the Justice Department’s Election Threats Task Force.

If convicted, Juncaj, who is registered as a nonpartisan, faces a maximum sentence of two years in prison for each addiction.

In Nevada in 2020, 10 dead voters voted twice and 10 people voted twice, the I-Team realized from a report by the secretary of state, well below preliminary claims by Republicans in the United States. state and country alleging nearly 4,000 individual cases of voter fraud. .

Last year, an election official did not mention the number of alleged dead or double votes, although they are mentioned in public documents, but the allegations of widespread fraud mentioned are false.

Nevada’s secretary of state, who oversees the election, is a Republican.

‘You’re all going to die’, Las Vegas man accused of threatening election worker

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