It is reported that “illegal bullets” were found in the home of John Brek who is alleged to have made threats against Obama at the coffee shop in the airport where he worked. It is clear that New Jersey has the understanding of the Second Amendment of a Schwarzenegger. Under the Second Amendment—as understood by the founding fathers, not Sonya Sotomayer—there are no weapons of any kind that can be kept from the American public to prevent government tyranny (paraphrasing Rothchild’s American poster boy Alexander Hamilton, and real Americans such as George Mason, Patrick Henry, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson).
So far, the 55 year old has not been charged by the feds. He is held under a state statute.
Fifty “cop killer” bullets and a stolen rifle were among the firearms arsenal confiscated from the home of the Newark Liberty International Airport security guard who allegedly threatened President Barack Obama, law enforcement authorities said.
John Brek a six-year employee of FJC Security Services in Floral Park, pleaded not guilty on three state felony charges and remained in jail Thursday on a $220,000 bail bond.
He was arrested Tuesday, the night before Obama was due to land in Newark to campaign for Gov. Jon Corzine. Brek told another airport worker “he cut a hole in the fence to be able to shoot the president, that he was just a short distance away,” according to the complaint filed in court. Brek also “simulated holding a rifle in the direction of where the president would be, with the purpose to put in him imminent fear of death,” the complaint said.
Port Authority and FJC officials Thursday afternoon did not respond to inquiries about the screening of guard applicants, training requirements or past incidents involving FJC security workers.