A North Carolina man who was indicted last month on child abuse imagery charges also planned to kill Joe Biden.
According to federal court filings, in late September, Alexander Hillel Treisman was indicted on one count of knowingly possessing any material containing an image of child pornography.
At a motion for detention, FBI Special Agent Aaron Seres testified that Treisman searched online for Biden’s home address, planned to drive within five miles of the home, and wrote a checklist that ended with the word “execute.”
Federal authorities also found guns, explosives, $500,000 in U.S. currency (believed to be Treisman’s inheritance,) books about how to survive and make a bomb, as well as drawings of swastikas and planes crashing into buildings in a van that Treisman left at a bank parking lot, which employees reported to the police.
Treisman, who also had driver’s licenses from three different states in the van, was arrested when he went back to the bank to inquire about the car.
When Treisman was interrogated by local police and federal agents from the Joint Terrorism Task Force, he admitted to having an interest in terrorist incidents and mass shootings and has even lost friends over jokes he’s made about 9/11. He also admitted to driving across the country to buy guns including one from a Federal Firearms Licensee in Seattle, using a fake Florida driver’s license.