Marine veteran charged with domestic terrorism threats after releasing this video

A Marine veteran in Michigan -who was arrested for making threats in several creepy videos online- and he was kicked off of his college campus earlier this year.

Arnold Holmes was charged with making domestic terrorism threats and using a computer to commit a felony, after he threatened employees of the VA and a Ferris State professer.

In a series of chilling videos, Holmes claims he would “do wrong by” the families of those who slighted him, often discussing his time in the Marines in a manner that many Marines would refer to as “‘boot’-like,” such as behaviors exhibited by one who is fresh out of boot camp.

“I’ll do a lot more than some empty pressure cookers,” he said in one video. “Hit me up, deep state. I’ll go anywhere, any time, any place. And I’ll show everybody what terrorism really is.”

“Hashtag ‘Fu*k America,'” he added.

Ferris State officials told 9 and 10 News, that Holmes was kicked off of their campus in spring for his behaviour, and that no alert was sent out to the campus because they did not believe there was a serious threat.

The professor that Holmes threatened is apparently not based at FSU, but is out of state.

Holmes’ family claims the Marine veteran -who is currently being held on a $1 million bond and facing two decades behind bars- suffers from PTSD and was discharged in 2012.

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