FBI: Man Accused of Attempting to Assassinate Brett Kavanaugh Allegedly Searched 'Assassin Skills,' 'Assassin Equipment' on Internet

FBI: Man Accused of Attempting to Assassinate Brett Kavanaugh Allegedly Searched 'Assassin Skills,' 'Assassin Equipment' on Internet


The search history on the phone of Nicholas John Roske – accused of planning to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh – includes the phrases like “most effective place to stab someone” and “assassin skills,” according to a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) search warrant application.

Both subjects, among other phrases using “assassin” and “assassination,” were searched on the device in the weeks leading up to his alleged attempt on Kavanaugh’s life.

In the affidavit supporting a search warrant, obtained by the Daily Beast, FBI special agent Ian Montijo highlighted worrying Internet searches from the phone of the accused, Nicholas Roske, between May 5 – just days after the Supreme Court leak in the draft decision of Dobbs v. Jackosn Women’s Health Organization – and

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