BREAKING: Mass SHOOTING Foiled In This State, FBI On Scene- Here’s The Details

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FBI officials have arrested an Austin man accused of planning to carry out a mass shooting, according to a document filed in the United States District Court.

A criminal complaint shows Steven Thomas Boehle being described as an extremist who considered himself a “sovereign citizen” immune to U.S. laws.

The FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) received information that Boehle was planning to carry out a ‘mass shooting.’

He faces charges of unlawful possession of firearms by a prohibited person and making a false statement in connection with the attempted acquisition of a firearm.

KVUE reports that the document alleges that he has attempted on multiple occasions to purchase a firearm from a federal firearms licensee, but was denied due to an assault conviction in 1993 that appears on his criminal background check. The 1993 conviction took place in New Haven, Connecticut.

According to the document obtained by KVUE, Boehle attempted to purchase firearms three different times in the Austin-area. In each attempted transaction, authorities said that when asked, “Have you ever been convicted in any court of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence?” he responded, “no.” In December 2012, he successfully bought a gun, but after the store conducted a background check, he was asked to bring it back and he complied. During the two other attempts, he was unable to buy the guns.

The Austin Police Department seized three guns and close to 1,100 rounds of ammunition Wednesday from a closet in his apartment.

The investigation is ongoing.

For the record many liberal rag sites are calling this guy a “right wing extremist…”

Freaking morons.

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