Woman Detained For Allegedly Threatening DC Judge With Death In The Trump Case

According to court documents, a Texas lady was detained last week after reportedly threatening to kill the judge in charge of the lawsuit involving former President Donald Trump’s alleged meddling in the 2020 election in Washington, D.C.

On August 5, Abigail Jo Shry allegedly called D.C. District Judge Tanya Chutkan and left a racist voicemail message, including the following: “Hey you stupid slave n—–… We have you in our sights and intend to murder you.”

According to an FBI affidavit, she also allegedly “threatened to kill anyone who went after” former President Trump, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, all Democrats in Washington, D.C., and all LGBTQ individuals.

Shry allegedly said in the message, “We are coming to kill you if Trump doesn’t win in 2024. So be careful, b—-… Your family, the public, and you will all be the targets.”

The below tweet is about the arrest of the woman:

When DHS Special Agents arrived at Shry’s door three days later, she acknowledged placing the call to Judge Chutkan’s chambers but said she had no plans to travel to Houston or Washington, D.C. to carry out anything she had said, according to the affidavit. However, if Rep. Jackson Lee visited Alvin, Texas, she allegedly continued, “then we need to worry.”

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According to court records, a judge in the Southern District of Texas on Tuesday ordered Shry imprisoned for the following 30 days due to four further criminal accusations made against her in the previous year for similar conduct.

According to court documents, Shry “suffers from major depression and has a long history of substance abuse,” and her father testified that she “sits on her couch daily watching the news while drinking too many beers.”

The arrest comes as former president Trump has intensified his criticism of Chutkan via his Truth Social account, despite her last Friday warning that such criticism would prompt her to speed up Chutkan’s case to trial.

The Houston, Texas public defender’s office that is listed as representing her did not respond when ABC News contacted them.

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