Man Charged for Threatening Judge and New York Attorney General in Trump Fraud Case

Tyler Vogel, a 26-year-old from Lancaster, New York, faces multiple charges, including felony counts for making terroristic threats against New York Attorney General Letitia James and Judge Arthur Engoron, officials announced. The threats were allegedly made in response to their roles in the civil fraud trial against former President Donald Trump, which resulted in a substantial fraud judgment against him and his company executives.

Vogel is accused of sending threatening messages to Engoron, who presided over the trial, and to James, who initiated the fraud case against Trump, demanding the case be dropped. The messages to Engoron purportedly warned of repercussions if Trump were jailed or his properties seized, with Vogel declaring such actions as un-American and insisting on Trump’s innocence.

In addition to the terroristic threat charges, Vogel also faces two counts of aggravated harassment. The legal proceedings regarding Vogel’s actions are ongoing, and further details about his court appearances and plea have not been disclosed. This case highlights the ongoing tensions and threats faced by individuals involved in legal actions against the former president.

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