Former Marine Arrested for Alleged Threats of Massacre Against WHITE Community!

Former Marine Arrested for Alleged Threats of Massacre Against WHITE Community!

A former Marine from New Jersey was arrested on Friday and charged with threatening to kill white people and carry out a mass massacre, federal authorities announced Monday.

Joshua Cobb, 23, of Trenton, said on social media in December 2022, before joining the Marines last year, that “I want to cause mayhem on the white community” and “I want to erase them,” according to a statement from the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey.

He went on to claim in the Dec. 17, 2022, post that he intended to perform a mass shooting in 2023 and that “as of today I have officially begun planning my attack,” according to the office. It also said he had secured two of the four guns he intended to use.

Federal public defenders designated as defending Cobb did not reply to a request for comment on Monday.

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Cobb joined the Marine Corps and received basic training in South Carolina from June to October of last year, according to a criminal complaint. He was stationed at the Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Centre in Twentynine Palms, California, in February and was released on or about May 10, according to the complaint.

Cobb identified himself as Black in the online posts under the account “1dayUsuffer,” according to an FBI special agent’s affidavit included in the case.

He discussed the problems of young males in America, writing that they “have so many obstacles stacked against us that we cannot excel no matter how hard we try.” “Especially those like myself who are BLACK and come from poverty,” the FBI agent stated in the affidavit, claiming that he intended to incite violence.

Cobb confirmed to agents at the Marine installation in California that the accounts on social media were his and that he still had homicidal thoughts, according to the FBI affidavit.

Cobb claimed that he fantasized about hitting a gym or a grocery shop frequented by “rich-a– white people” and that wealthier people “don’t know what it’s like to like be in a bad spot,” according to the affidavit. He allegedly stated, “So my thing was to like bring the pain to them.”

No attacks were ever carried out. He is charged with one count of communicating a threat in interstate and foreign commerce, which carries a possible five-year jail sentence and a $250,000 fine, according to the prosecutor’s office.

The Marine Corps did not respond to an emailed request for comment Monday evening on the circumstances of the discharge, and court filings do not explain why.

Cobb waived a preliminary hearing on Monday and was ordered jailed until Friday’s bail hearing, according to federal court documents.

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