First Name : Casey

Last Name : Brezik

Approx. Age : 34

State : Missouri

Tags : Assault  


Casey Matthew Brezik (DOB: 12/30/87) is a domestic terrorist. He's described by left-wing sources such as the NYC Anarchist Black Cross and Prisoner Solidarity as an anarchist. In 2010, he attempted to assassinate the governor of Missouri, Jay Nixon, a moderate Democrat. He couldn't get to the governor but instead slashed the throat of the Dean of Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley where Nixon was scheduled to speak. Brezik was found to be mentally unfit to stand trial by a state court in 2011 but was sent to a mental lockup where they apparently forced him to take his meds. In 2013 he was fit to stand trial and sentenced to several 12 year sentences to be served concurrently. He's expected to be released in a few years. In addition to the charges related to the attack, Brezik has several other arrests for crimes including: trespassing, possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication. While in prison, Brezik married a female inmate housed in another unit. He claims to have studied calculus in prison in preparation for a career as an aerospace engineer (good luck with that). He plans to serve his parole in the St. Louis area. He's said to have a history of depression and schizophrenia. Brezik is currently incarcerated at the Northeast Correctional Center in Bowling Green, Missouri.

Posted By : Anonymous in September 2021
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