BOCA RATON, FLA. (WSVN) – Federal authorities have arrested a Boca Raton girl after, they stated, she made profanity-laced threats on social media to shoot them in the event that they got here to her residence to ask her whether or not she was concerned in the Capitol riots.
According to the FBI, 59-year-old Suzanne Kaye posted the video in question to TikTook on Jan. 31.
“I need to let you know I need a drink,” she stated in the clip as she held a bottle of Jack Daniels.
But investigators stated Kaye had extra to discuss than her want for whiskey.
“I just got a call from the FBI. They want to come to talk to me about my visit to D.C. on January 6th,” she stated in the video. “I told them, ‘Bro, I ain’t gonna talk to you unless I have counsel.’”
She went on to say, “I’m an American. I know my [expletive] rights, my First Amendment rights to free speech, my Second Amendment rights to carry a gun, to shoot your [expletive] ass if you come to my house.”
Authorities stated Kaye posted the identical video on Instagram with the caption “F the FBI.”
The FBI stated that two weeks earlier than she posted the video, that they had acquired a tip that the Boca Raton retiree, who calls herself “Angry Patriot Hippie” on Facebook, had been on the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6. On that date, rioters stormed the constructing as members of Congress tried to certify the Electoral College vote depend.
FBI agents reached out to Kaye, who lives off Lyons Road in Century Village.
In the felony grievance, they wrote: “K asked the agents if they had proof that she traveled to Washington, D.C., on January 6, 2021. The agent stated that the FBI would like to interview her about her travel. K denied having traveled to Washington, D.C., but claimed she was aware of individuals who did travel there.”
The grievance acknowledged that Kaye informed them she was retired and had loads of time to discuss, however since she doesn’t drive, the interview would have to occur at her residence.
Two days later, she posted the video to TikTook.
“So [expletive] you, [expletive] you for following me, and I don’t care. I’m glad you know who I am, [expletive],” she stated in the video.
The perceived menace comes at a troublesome time for the FBI.
Kaye posted the video two days earlier than FBI Agents Laura Schwartzenberger and Daniel Alfin have been gunned down as they served a warrant in Sunrise.
Now she is dealing with a federal cost of speaking a menace.
Kaye, who was arrested on home violence costs throughout a combat along with her daughter a year in the past, has posted a number of movies on completely different media platforms, typically about politics.
However, there’s no proof on-line she truly took half in the Capitol Hill riots.
It was that touch upon TikTook, “To shoot your [expletive] [expletive] if you come to my house,” that has landed her in federal custody.
Since Kaye’s arrest, a petition has been filed to make sure that she’s not ready to possess or purchase a weapon for not less than the following 12 months.
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