Criminal Law

Woman Arrested for Allegedly Making Death Threats to Judge Presiding Over Mar-a-Lago Documents Case

A Texas woman has been arrested and charged with making death threats against the judge presiding over former President Donald Trump’s court fight against the Justice Department over national security documents seized from his Florida resort.

Tiffani Gish was arrested last week in the Houston area after she admitted to federal marshals that she had left three threatening voicemails telling U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon that she was “marked for assassination” and that she planned to shoot her in front of her family, a federal criminal complaint says.

Gish also made a number of outlandish comments in the Sept. 1 calls, saying that she is “in charge of nuclear” for the country and that she has a “license to kill,” the court filings say. At one point in the voicemails, she said she is working for Trump as his “hitman”; at another point, she accused Trump of having orchestrated the Sept. 11 attacks and claimed that he is marked for assassination, as well, they said.

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