Article originally appeared on thepostmillennial.com.
On Tuesday, federal authorities arrested a Cornell University student for allegedly making violent threats against Jewish students 21-year-old engineering student Patrick Dai, a junior at the university, is charged with posting threats to kill or injure another using interstate communications.
The charges carry a maximum sentence of five years in jail and a $250,000 fine.
He is scheduled to appear in federal court on Wednesday.
Threats calling for Jews to be followed home and to “slit their throats” were posted to a website targeting “104 West,” the location of the Center of Jewish Living on campus.
The threats were made under pseudonyms including “hamas,” “jew evil,” “jew jenocide,” “hamas warrior” and “kill jews,” stating that “Rats need to be eliminated from Cornell,” “jewish people need to be killed,” “eliminate jewish living from cornell campus” and “gonna shoot up 104 west.”
Other posts threatened: “If i see a pig male jew i will stab you and slit your throat,” and “If i see another pig female jew i will drag you away and ràpe you and throw you off a cliff. if i see another pig baby jew i will behead you in front of your parents.”
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