Domestic terrorism for Jesus: Justin Olsen, an 18-year-old Ohio man who went by the online name “Army Of Christ,” has been arrested for making threats against law enforcement.
Authorities report Olsen targeted Planned Parenthood and federal agents for violent attack in online rants, and was found with a large cache of weapons, including 25 guns and over 10,000 rounds of ammunition.
Federal prosecutors on Monday charged a Boardman man with making threats against law enforcement, following an investigation that revealed he voiced his support online of mass shootings and lived in a house with 25 guns and 10,000 rounds of ammunition, records show.
Justin Olsen, 18, faces a charge of threatening to assault a federal law enforcement officer. Authorities arrested him on Aug. 7 on state charges and he was taken to the Mahoning County Jail. He has been in custody ever since.
Court documents say Justin Olsen also wrote that he supported mass shootings and attacks on Planned Parenthood.
Police report Olsen used the handle “ArmyOfChrist” as his moniker on the meme sharing website iFunny, where the proponent of domestic terrorism had over 4,000 followers.In one rant concerning the Branch Dividians in Waco, Texas, a dangerous group of Christian extremists killed by federal agents after a standoff and raid, Olsen declared:
In conclusion, shoot every federal agent on sight.
In another rant Olsen told his followers:
Don’t comply with gun laws, stock up on stuff they could ban. In fact, go out of your way to break these laws, they’re f—–g stupid
Olsen also wrote:
Hell, even the Oklahoma City bombing shows that armed resistance is a viable method of political change. There is no legal solution.
Bottom line: Justin Olsen, an 18-year-old Ohio man who went by the online name “Army Of Christ,” has been arrested after making threats against law enforcement.