Juan Thompson, the ex-reporter who made fake bomb threats to JCCs, was sentenced to 5 years in prison.
— A St. Louis man and former journalist accused of making eight bomb threats against Jewish institutions, allegedly in a plot to take reve…
— A former journalist from St. Louis accused of making at least eight bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers and the Anti-Defamation League appeared in federal court in New York and did not request bail. Juan Thompson, 31, who made some of the threats in the name of a former romantic partner he had…
A former journalist charged with making a wave of bomb threats to Jewish organizations by telephone while posing as his ex-girlfriend appeared in Manhattan federal court on Wednesday afternoon.
A black former journalist charged with making a wave of bomb threats to Jewish organizations says he was framed by racist authorities.
— The St. Louis man accused of making at least eight bomb threats against Jewish community centers and the Anti-Defamation League must remain in jail until his trial, a federal judge in that city ruled. The allegations against Juan Thompson, 32, are “very serious,” U.S. District Court Judge David Noce said Monday, the St….
NEW YORK — Thanking the FBI and police for the arrest of Juan Thompson, who allegedly made eight bomb threats to Jewish institutions, the Anti-Defamation League called the current wave of anti-Semitic acts “unprecedented.”
Everything about the arrest in the JCC bomb threats today is weird and confusing. We’ve tried to straighten it out.
The man charged with making bomb threats to Jewish institutions appears to have sent one of his threats to the Forward’s tip line.