Monday, March 29, 2010

Death Threat Against Repub Results in Arrest of Muslim Convert

A YouTube threat against Representative Eric Cantor has led to an arrest:
A 33-year-old Pennsylvania man has been arrested for threatening to kill Virginia Rep. Eric Cantor, the number two Republican in the House of Representatives, the Justice Department announced Monday.

Norman Leboon, a resident of Philadelphia, was charged in a two-count complaint with threatening to kill Cantor and his family. Leboon made the threat in a YouTube Internet video sent to Google earlier this month, according to a Justice Department news release.
Could it be this Norman Leboon?
One of the allegations against Verizon in the lawsuit is made by Philadelphia resident Norman LeBoon, who says after he read of the alleged surveillance of US citizens, he began asking Verizon if his landline communications were being shared. LeBoon says he eventually spoke with “Ellen” in Verizon customer service, who told him, “I can tell you, Mr. LeBoon, that your records have been shared with the government, but that’s between you and me.… They [Verizon] are going to deny it because of national security. The government is denying it and we have to deny it, too. Around here we are saying that Verizon has ‘plausible deniability.’”
And is this longwinded loon, Norman Leboon Sr. who claims to be a Shia Muslim, one and the same?

Michelle Malkin links to one of Leboon's YouTube accounts in which he claims to be the Mahdi.