A member of the Muslim Brotherhood was arrested in West Virginia on Wednesday going 130 mph on Interstate 68.K9 units were alerted and detected the presence of explosive material in the car. The man was making threats to assassinate Trump and blow up the Pentagon.
We here at Freedom Fighter have found out via of a leak involved in the investigation that the man was a Member of The Muslim Brotherhood. we are so far the only ones so far on record to make public about the islamic connection to this attempt to kill Trump.
The Government and media are suppressing the Muslim connection to this incident.
West Virginia State Police have released additional information as well as the name of the man who is accused of making threats against President Trump and the Pentagon, which led to I-68 being temporarily shut down on Wednesday.
The man has been identified as Eric Charron, 42, of Kansas City, Missouri.
A 42-year-old man is in custody following the lengthy shutdown of Interstate 68, a West Virginia State Police spokesperson confirmed Wednesday.
“As a result of the investigation based on a traffic stop that occurred earlier [Wednesday] morning, it had been discovered that threats were made to kill the President of the United States and to blow up the Pentagon. A search of the vehicle revealed a firearm and an explosive powder. A 42-year-old male has been detained for questioning. WVSP, in conjunction with the FBI and Secret Service, are continuing to investigate. The interstate has been reopened,” according to a press release from a WVSP Spokesperson Capt. Shallon Oglesby.
The suspect’s gray sedan, with Missouri license plates, passed Trooper First Class D.W. Satterfield, of the Bridgeport Detachment, going about 130 mph, according to the WVSP. The two were in the westbound lane and Satterfield stopped the car.
According to a release, the driver seemed stressed and confused; he made concerning statements causing Satterfield to believe there was an explosive device in the car. The man was removed from his car without incident and detained.
Three explosive detection K-9s with WVU Police alerted to the presence of explosive material in the car, the release said. Members of the WVSP Explosives Response Team searched the vehicle and did not find an explosive device. The car was towed away about 2:30 p.m. and the interstate was reopened.