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Florida Man Threatened to Kill United States Supreme Court Chief Justice

A 43-year-old Florida man threatened to kill United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and has been sentenced to prison.

United States District Judge Marcia Morales Howard has sentenced Neal Brij Sidhwaney, of Fernandina Beach, to 14 months in federal prison for transmitting an interstate threat to kill.

According to court documents, on July 31, 2023, Sidhwaney placed a telephone call from Florida to the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, D.C., and left an expletive-laden, threatening voicemail message.

On the voicemail message Sidhwaney identified himself by name and repeatedly threatened to kill a specific United States Supreme Court Justice:

Yeah hi, my name is Neal Sidhwaney, uh, this message is for [Justice Roberts] … I will f—— kill you … Go f—— tell the Deputy U.S. Marshals you f—— p—-. I will f—— talk to them and then I’ll f—— come kill you anyways, you f—— c—.

This case was investigated by the Supreme Court of the United States Police – Protective Intelligence Unit with assistance from the United States Capitol Police –Threat Assessment Section. It was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Kirwinn Mike and Special Assistant United States Attorney Joe Wheeler, III. Sidhwaney entered a guilty plea on December 15, 2023.

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