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03-03-2017, 07:33 AM

Arrest Made In Bomb Threats Against ADL, Jewish Institutions
March 3, 2017 9:48 AM

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The FBI said an arrest has been made in bomb threats against the Anti-Defamation League and other Jewish institutions.

Juan Thompson, 31, of St. Louis, Missouri, is accused of calling in threats to the ADL headquarters on Third Avenue in Manhattan late last month and at least eight Jewish Community Centers.

The threats were made as part of a campaign to harass his ex-girlfriend, according to a criminal complaint.


Juan Thompson Tweets: Jewish Center Bomb Threat Suspect Posts
Published 10:04 am EST, March 3, 2017 Updated 10:18 am EST, March 3, 2017


Juan Thompson. (Twitter)

Juan Thompson, the suspect in the Jewish Community Center bomb threats, had a very active Twitter page in which he posted a series of incendiary tweets, calling capitalists “blood suckers.”:rolleyes:

He wrote: “You show me a capitalist, and I’ll show you a bloodsucker | Director of Communications–Gateway Housing Foundation |” on his Twitter profile.

He also posted on the bomb threats themselves, through a retweet.


Thompson Claimed He Was Set Up By a ‘White Woman’ He Dated

Heavy has deleted the woman’s name. Thompson pinned this tweet to the top of his Twitter page.


03-03-2017, 11:34 AM

Former journalist arrested for threats against Jewish centers
March 3, 2017 at 2:02 PM

The FBI arrested a former journalist on Friday and charged him in connection with the threats to several Jewish community centers.

Juan M. Thompson, a former reporter for The Intercept, co-founded by Glenn Greenwald, was arrested in St. Louis and charged with cyberstalking an ex-girlfriend, and then communicating threats to Jewish centers around the country in her name

The criminal complaint says that in 2016, Thompson, 31, also emailed false allegations about the ex-girlfriend to her employer, and in another email accused her of possessing child pornography.


On Thompson's Twitter account, he identified his target as "Francesca" and wrote on Feb. 24, "Know any good lawyers? Need to stop this nasty/racist #whitegirl I dated who sent a bomb threat in my name & wants me to be raped in jail."


Statement on the Arrest of Former Intercept Reporter Juan Thompson
The Intercept

March 3 2017, 8:28 a.m.

We were horrified to learn this morning that Juan Thompson, a former employee of The Intercept, has been arrested in connection with bomb threats against the ADL and multiple Jewish Community Centers in addition to cyberstalking. These actions are heinous and should be fully investigated and prosecuted. We have no information about the charges against Thompson other than what is included in the criminal complaint. Thompson worked for The Intercept from November 2014 to January 2016, when he was fired after we discovered that he had fabricated sources and quotes in his articles.


Glenn Greenwald

Greenwald in 2014
Born Glenn Edward Greenwald[1]
March 6, 1967 (age 49)
New York City, New York, U.S.


Nationality American
Alma mater

George Washington University (B.A.)
New York University (J.D.)

Genre Non-fiction, political and legal commentary
Subjects US politics, law
Notable works

How Would a Patriot Act?
A Tragic Legacy
No Place to Hide

Spouse David Michael Miranda

Personal life

Greenwald, who is openly gay, lives in Rio de Janeiro, the hometown of his partner, David Miranda.[6][72][109][110][111] Greenwald said in 2011 that his residence in Brazil was a result of the Defense of Marriage Act, an American law barring federal recognition of same-sex marriages which was overturned by the US Supreme Court two years later. The law had prevented his partner from receiving a visa to reside in the United States with him.[109]

In 2016, Miranda was elected to the Rio de Janeiro City Council as part of the PSOL party.[112]

Greenwald comes from a Jewish background, albeit largely non-practicing, and was never Bar Mitzvahed, stating that "My parents tried to inculcate me a little bit into organized Judaism, but they weren't particularly devoted to that, and my grandparents were, but it just never took hold." He says that he does believe in "the spiritual and mystical part of the world", including practicing yoga, but his moral precepts "aren't informed in any way by religious doctrine or, like, organized religion or anything."[113]