Man Gets 30 Months Prison For Threatening To Bomb LGBTQ Spaces

Robert Fehring, of Long Island, has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for threatening to "kill, shoot, and bomb" gay rights activist and organizations.
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Robert Fehring, of Long Island, has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for threatening to “kill, shoot, and bomb” gay rights activists and organizations.

Prosecutors say over the course of 8 years, the 74-year-old sent 60 letters threatening violence towards the LGBTQ community.

From the New York Post:

Fehring pledged to terrorize Manhattan’s 2021 Pride parade, a Pride event in Huntington, and an LGBTQ-themed night at a Long Beach club, the feds said

The hatemonger claimed he would make the 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting “look like a cakewalk,” according to officials.

A letter to Manhattan’s landmark Stonewall Inn read “we will blow up/burn your establishments down. We will shoot those who frequent your dens of [expletives].”

Read more at the New York Post.

One letter to a Black-owned Brooklym barbershop which has a large gay clientele read, “Your shop is the perfect place for a bombing … or beating the scum that frequents your den of [expletive] into a bloody pool of steaming flesh.”