March 10, 2017
Juan Thompson of St. Louis Arrested for Hate Crimes Against Jewish Targets (Update Thomson Worked for Glenn Greenwald Reverted to Islam)
MIDTOWN, Manhattan (WABC) -- An arrest was made in connection with the bomb threat called into the national headquarters of the Anti-Defamation League on the East Side last month.Reading the NYT's we find that Mr. Thomson accused an ex of sending threats in his name.
Juan Thompson, 31, was arrested in St. Louis, Missouri. He is accused of making at least eight of the threats against JCCs.
The man, Juan Thompson, made some of the threats in his own name and others in the name of a former girlfriend, apparently in an attempt to intimidate her, according to a federal complaint filed by the United States attorney’s office in Manhattan and unsealed on Friday.Which leads me to this twitter feed.
In one threat, made on Feb. 1 against a Jewish school in Farmington Hills, Mich., the complaint said, Mr. Thompson claimed that he had placed two bombs in the school and was “eager for Jewish newton,” an apparent reference to the December 2012 school massacre in Newtown, Conn., in which a gunman killed 20 students and six school employees.
The @SecretService visited me looked at my tweets, questioned my politics b/c some awful white woman I date reported me. I won't be silenced— Juan M. Thompson (@JuanMThompson) February 27, 2017
Juan Thompson is a former staff reporter for The Intercept.
BLACK LIVES MATTER ACTIVISTS BLOCKED FROM ENTERING TRUMP CAMPAIGN RALLYThe article comes with a disclaimer from The Intercept's editorial staff
But it didn’t take place Wednesday night. Several Black Lives Matter organizers trekked to the Washington, D.C., suburb of Manassas, Virginia, on a damp, cool evening, with the hope of disrupting a Trump rally there. They were stopped at the door by event organizers who refused to allow in anyone, even with a ticket, who had on T-shirts or carried signs that disparaged Trump. The activists were wearing T-shirts that simply read “black lives.”
“What Trump is doing is disgraceful,” said Black Lives Matter activist Aaron Geeding.
Editor’s Note: February 2, 2016So I suppose the false flag quote that the Media called Trump on from his speech to Congress was, gasp, accurate.
An earlier version of this story included quotes attributed to a woman and her husband, described as Trump supporters. The woman was identified by her first name, Kathy, while the man was identified only as her husband. The reporter had provided a real individual’s full name and identity to editors but said the source did not want it to be used. When contacted, this individual said she did not support Trump, had not attended his rally, and had never spoken to our reporter.
The relevant section, which has been removed, read: “‘They need to be monitored and surveilled,’ said the woman, who was only willing to be identified as Kathy from Buckhall, Virginia. ‘We don’t need an influx of this in America. We’ve got to stop it.’ Her husband noted, ‘That’s what we like about Trump, he’s not afraid of the backlash. He tells the truth.’”
This piece includes additional quotes that The Intercept could not verify, including several from unnamed sources. We have been unable to confirm the existence of the Black Lives Matter activist named Aaron Geeding, and we have not found clear evidence that an Anna Ramirez was interviewed or that she attended this rally.
We have also added attribution to language taken from the news website Philly.com.
The problems with this story reflect a pattern of misattributed quotes that The Intercept uncovered in stories written by Juan Thompson, a former staff reporter. We apologize to our readers.
Update: 03/10/17: So Mr. Thomson who worked for a homosexual while Muslim.
It keeps getting 'better', fmr Greenwald employee Juan Thompson who made bomb threats to Jewish centers apparently converted to Islam in '16 pic.twitter.com/Paj9d134XM— Muhammad Syed (PBUM) (@MoTheAtheist) March 10, 2017