Christopher Hecker- Man who Threatened to Kill President Obama Asks for The Death Penalty
Meet Christopher Hecker he is the Virginia man who send multiple deaths threats to President Obama, an undercover Secret Agent exchanged emails with Hecker and were able to arrest him, but he doesn’t want a trial, because he rather received the death penalty.
So Secret Agents are not just about the international prostitutes or killing a mother crossing the street just because they don’t want to miss a green light, see this specific Secret Agent was the one who was able to tracked Christopher Hecker the man who had been sending threatening messages to killed someone because of President Obama and set bombs in the White House. Check his messages..
“I sent a bomb threat to the White House today and to several radio stations,” Hecker wrote. “Sooner or later I will grab someone, maybe in the woods, on the trail, and beat the life out of them.”
Continued Hecker: “[Obama] is the one that is destroying patriotism in the U.S.A. Ted Nugent is right. So, Obama is allowing me to be tortured to the point that I may murder someone, rather than deal with the mess he made. Your president is a coward.”
Hecker from Waynesboro, Va.send one of his first threatening emails to a radio station on April 19, the FBI managed to trace his email account, Heckers also send threats to various media outlets across the nation.
After they trace the email, an undercover Secret Agent began to exchanged emails with him, after a while and during one of those exchages they traced Hecker’s logging into one of the computers at the Waynesboro Public Library, once he exit they arrested him on the street.
Hecker was was charged with the federal crime of threatening to take the president’s life, On Monday he .appeared at a federal court in Charlottesville, but he refused to sworn, as well as a lawyer, he said he wanted to get the death penalty immediately, but that won’t be because President Obama’s death threats recipient will undergo mental evaluations and he will be for the next 45 days, or so did Federal Magistrate Judge B. Waugh Crigler recommended. He is currently being held at Charlottesville-Albemarle Regional Jail in Charlottesville