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Plans Foiled; Cops Grab Man Threatening To Blow Up Federal Building In Oklahoma

Police lights on the roof of a police car at night. Photo from Alpha Media Portland OR
Police lights on the roof of a police car at night. Photo from Alpha Media Portland OR

Police In Oklahoma have arrested a man they say threatened to blow up the OSHA building in Oklahoma City.

James Moore was unhappy with the federal government’s heavy-handed approach to  COVID-19  guidelines on face masks and vaccinations.

James Moore more is accused of making statements about renting a truck, filling it with gasoline, then driving it into the OSHA building and blowing it up, likely killing himself in the process.

Police say Moore attempted to take money out of his bank account that would have given him the means to carry out  his plan.

Someone who head Moore make his comments, tipped off police, and they arrested Moore  at his home in Del City, Oklahoma on Thursday January 13th 20221.

When police grabbed him, he was armed with two handguns.

He is charged with making a Terrorism hoax.

 

 

Police lights on the roof of a police car at night.

Photo from Alpha Media Portland OR



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