Wyoming man found guilty of threatening to kill President Trump

    27-year-old Cheyenne man, Timothy Cessor, was found guilty of threatening to kill United States President Donald Trump.

    According to an Associated Press report, Cessor broke into his father’s gun case in February 2019. He stole a .40 caliber pistol and ammunition, then began driving from Wyoming toward Washington D.C.

    While in Nebraska, Cessor told his father that he was going to, “take care of Trump.” After speaking with his dad on the phone, Cessor returned to Cheyenne where he entered a medical facility and told the staff that he wanted to kill President Trump.


    The Associated Press reports that while driving, Timothy had recorded a video saying that he, “will not tolerate an incompetent white house.”

    Cessor faces up to 5 years in prison. His sentencing date is set for October 23rd.


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