First Name : Nicholas

Last Name : Roske

Approx. Age : 26

State : California

Tags : Weapons   Federally Charged  


Nicholas John Roske (DOB: 02/05/86) is a left-wing domestic terrorist who traveled from California to Maryland in an attempt to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh at his home. Police arrested Roske in front of Kavanaugh's house after Roske called emergency services and said he was suicidal. Roske was found with a pistol, two magazines and ammunition, pepper spray, zip ties, a hammer, a screwdriver, a nail punch, a crowbar and duct tape. According to media reports, Roske was upset over an upcoming SCOTUS decision that many legal experts believe will overturn Roe v. Wade as well as the court's stance toward gun control. Apparently Mr. Roske isn't bright enough to recognize the irony of protesting against 2nd Amendment rights by assassinating a Federal judge with a gun. He told police he wanted to give his life meaning by assassinating a Supreme Court justice. Roske also told police he's on psych meds. Roske has a degree from Cal State - Northridge. Prior to his arrest he worked as an office manager at Valley Guard Pest Control. He lived with mommy and daddy in their rather ordinary home in Simi Valley. The FBI raided his parents' home and removed boxes of documentation although there's currently no evidence Roske's parents were involved in the attempted murder.

Posted By : Anonymous in June 2022
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