Katelyn Jones Arrested for Threatening Monica Palmer With Bloody Images Over Election Demands, Where are Dems to Save their Activist?
A woman who seemingly has everything the world could offer, an American woman with the untold potential to do good in the world, with historic opportunity to archive big things in her life, was driven into such rage over politics that she has done untold damage to herself while harassing another woman, an election worker, by sending violent, threatening text messages.
The threats included photos of a woman’s bloody body and references to the election worker’s daughter, the FBI said.
Democrat Activist, Katelyn Jones attempted to deny another American citizen, Monica Palmer, her Constitutional rights by intimidating her over her work as an election worker.
What caused Jones to behave so boldly and to throw her life into disarray like that? And where is the Democrat Party to defend her and help keep her life together?
Jones, described in the news as a “New Hampshire woman,” was arrested for sending pictures of a mutilated female body and threatening the family of a Michigan election official who refused to certify the results for Joe Biden.
“Daily News UK reported, “Katelyn Jones, 23, is accused of calling Wayne County chairwoman Monica Palmer a ‘racist b****’ and a ‘terrorist’ after she refused to confirm the 878,000 votes from Michigan‘s largest county.
Jones admitted making the threats when interviewed by FBI agents because she felt Palmer was “interfering with the election,” the FBI said in a court filing.
Jones was arrested Wednesday in New Hampshire.
According to the Detroit News, who reported on the matter:
“A woman has been charged with making threats against a Detroit-area Republican election official who received photos of a mutilated body a day after a clamorous meeting at which she initially refused to certify local results in favor of Joe Biden, authorities said Wednesday.
“You have made a grave mistake. I hope you realize that now,” Katelyn Jones said in a text message to Monica Palmer, a member of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers, according to the FBI.
A criminal complaint against Jones was filed in federal court in Detroit. Jones has ties to Olivet, Michigan, according to her driver’s license, but the FBI said she sent the threats from New Hampshire where she was staying with her mother.”
The Department of Justice release the following statement on the arrest:
WOMAN ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH MAKING THREATS AGAINST CHAIR OF WAYNE COUNTY BOARD OF CANVASERS
DETROIT – A criminal complaint was filed yesterday against a resident of Epping, New Hampshire for sending threatening communications to the chair of the Wayne County Board of Canvasers (Adult Victim-1), announced United States Attorney Matthew Schneider.
Schneider was joined in the announcement by Special Agent in Charge Timothy Waters, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Detroit, Michigan and Director John Kosanke, Grosse Pointe Woods Police Department.
Charged was Katelyn Jones, 23, formerly of Olivet, Michigan. Jones was arrested this morning and will be making her initial appearance in federal court this afternoon.
“The allegations, in this case, should make all of us disgusted,” stated United States Attorney Schneider. “There is simply no place in Michigan, or the United States, for chilling threats like this to people who are simply doing what they believe is correct.”
“Due to the potentially wide scope of the investigation, we contacted the F.B.I. for their assistance in this case,” said Director Kosanke. “As a result of the combined efforts between the F.B.I. and our investigative team, led by Detective Ryan Schroerlucke, federal felony charges were filed. I would like to express appreciation to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for their assistance in this investigation.”
According to the affidavit, on November 18, 2020, Jones is alleged to have knowingly and willfully transmitted communications containing threats to injure AV-1 and her family due to actions AV-1 took in her official capacity as Chair of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers. The affidavit describes a series of threatening text messages that were sent from a phone alleged to be associated with Jones to AV-1’s phone. In those texts, Jones called AV-1 a racist and a terrorist and used graphic and profane language. It is also alleged that Jones sent AV-1 two graphic photographs of a bloody, naked, mutilated, dead woman lying on the ground. Immediately following, Jones sent AV-1 a photograph of AV-1’s minor daughter. AV-1 also received similar threats on her Instagram account.
If convicted, Jones faces up to 20 years in federal prison, and a fine of up to $250,000.
A complaint is only a charge and not evidence of guilty. Defendant Jones is innocent until proven guilty. The burden of proving these charges lies entirely on the United States, and that burden never shifts to the defendant.