Suspected stalker wrote ‘I am God’s wrath’ in journal
SPOKANE — Federal agents are investigating a 33-year-old man they say kept a cache of modified weapons, stalked neighbors and wrote in journals “I am God’s wrath,” following complaints by many in the community, the Spokesman Review reported.
The suspect was recently into custody for allegedly stalking tribal police. He is undergoing a court-ordered pretrial evaluation to review his mental state before he is charged, the Spokesman Review reported.
Authorities first noticed the man’s behavior after a neighbor notified police that the man was keeping the entire neighborhood under extreme surveillance. The man allegedly learned of the complaint and then threatened his neighbor. Investigators then used this to study his home, where they allegedly found guns modified to inflict more harm and reduce load times, an angry manifesto ranting against big banks, an an 180-age plan to dissolve the Federal Government.
He also wrote about acquiring a kill room, much like in the popular TV series Dexter, and made various claims Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter, Adam Lanza, was set up. .
“Literally I am God’s wrath,” the man allegedly wrote in his journal.
The man was arrested for criminal charges of surveillance, and he faces five years in federal prison and a $250, fine if convicted.