Alexander Treisman Arrested, Alleged Plot Against Joe Biden

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Kannapolis, North Carolina – Alexander Treisman, 19, was arrested at the end of May when police discovered guns and $509,000 in cash in his van. But after investigation revealed child pornography and threats against Joe Biden and others, he is now in the Cabarrus County jail with no bail. He allegedly was hoping to kill Biden to ‘save’ Bernie Sanders after Sanders suspended his bid for the Presidency.

“My hatred is for the complacent American people who will turn u in for their own satisfaction. But aside from former goals, my eyes on the future. If anything I have to save bernie.” Alexander Treisman

Domestic Terrorist

Treisman left his van at the Fifth Third Bank in Kannapolis, though his address was listed as Seattle. When the bank called police to have the van towed, they searched it and found several guns (including an AR-15 style rifle, a box for a .380 handgun, a cannister of the explosive Tannerite, and a box of 5.56 caliber ammo), as well as books on making bombs, swastikas, pictures of planes diving into buildings, and $509,000 in cash.  When Treisman showed up in a car looking for his van, police arrested him. He was also in possession of drivers licenses from Florida, Washington, and  California, two of which had an alias of “Alexander Theiss.”

Law and Crime reported,

The defendant personally landed on their radar after he asked the bank about his towed van, according to the filing. All told, search warrants on his cellphone and 15 other electronic devices allegedly turned up a total of 1,248 videos and 6,721 featuring child pornography, “in addition to 637 video and images of child pornography containing sadism and/or masochism content…

Investigators say an October 15, 2019 note on his cellphone described a plot to commit a mass shooting at a mall food court either on Christmas or Black Friday.

Treisman allegedly had also downloaded footage of the Christchurch, New Zealand mosque shooting on March 21, 2020, and performed internet searches in connection to that.

An April 8, 2020 internet post attributed to the defendant stated he was ‘going to do a columbine for a while, [but] I think it would better to put it towards something more memorable.’

He allegedly drove by the site of the Las Vegas mass shooting and remarked, “There it is.  That’s it. That’s the one, that’s where they did it. Allah Akbar! Ah hah, nice.” Treisman stated, according to the  court filing.

WSOC reported,

Investigators said they searched his electronic devices and accounts, including social media sites and gaming platforms.

On several devices, officials said they found videos and images of child pornography content.

Authorities said he wrote a note in 2019 describing a plan to perform a mass shooting at a mall food court on Christmas or Black Friday.

Internet searches he conducted between March and May show he looked up, “information about Joe Biden’s home address, state gun laws, rifle parts, and night vision goggles,” according to the court documents.

The documents say Treisman posted a meme about killing Joe Biden, bought an AR-15 in New Hampshire and traveled “to a Wendy’s within 4 miles of Joe Biden’s home.” He also wrote “a checklist note ending with ‘execute,’” according to the documents.

He was charged with 3 counts of possession of child pornography (2 of transporting and one of possession) in September after police found numerous photos of it on several of his devices. Numerous media reported that federal child porn charges are all that he is ultimately facing at this time, but with the other evidence taken into consideration, the judge denied bail.

The money he had in the van was supposedly an inheritance from his father, Eric Treisman, who was a prominent Jewish attorney and human rights activist that worked with persecuted Tibetans as well as Native Americans. He died in 2009, according to JFA. Alexander allegedly  liquidated the inheritance and left it in his van. He is reportedly in the ‘high functioning’ autism spectrum.

In a jail phone call, Treisman’s mother suggested he might have to jump bail. Police found a Polish passport with his picture edited into it. He also had a rental agreement and power bill from an apartment in Quebec, Canada. The judge ruled no bail.

Featured photo: Cabarrus County mugshot of Alexander Treisman


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