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Man Pleads Guilty To Library of Congress Bomb Threat
The Department of Justice on Friday announced the guilty plea of Floyd Ray Roseberry to threatening to use explosives in a standoff with police outside the Library of Congress. Roseberry faces a statutory minimum sentence of at least 10 years in prison.
Roseberry livestreamed on facebook his intent to carry out a bombing in response to the 2020 election on August 19, 2021 if he wasn’t given a chance to meet with President Biden about his various political grievances. He also claimed to be one of a network of five bombers with the bombs throughout D.C.