Homeless man arrested after he threatened to shoot all rich children & # 39; at the University of Texas
Homeless man, 25, who said he would shoot all rich children & # 39; at the University of Texas is accused of creating a terrorist threat – while agents discover white supremacist messages and photos of him with weapons on Facebook
- Homeless man Dakota Carl Blakley, 25, was arrested Sunday after threatening to shoot "all wealthy children" at the University of Texas at Austin
- On Sunday, he attacked a security guard at the Dell Seton Medical Center
- College police first appeared before the attack, but during Blakley's assassination, he threatened his students
- Photos on Facebook show him with guns in front of the Southern flag
- He was accused of making a terrorist threat and a third-degree attack
- His bail has been set at $ 65,000 and he has been instructed to stay 200 meters away from the UT
Homeless man Dakota Carl Blakley, 25, was arrested Sunday after threatening to shoot "all wealthy children" at the University of Texas at Austin
A man allegedly threatening to shoot & # 39; all rich children & # 39; at the University of Texas and shared alarming white supremacist messages online, has been arrested.
Dakota Carl Blakley, 25, who is reportedly homeless, was arrested Sunday after repeatedly telling a nurse that he was planning to go to the campus and shooting & # 39; all wealthy children at the UT & # 39 ;.
UT police were flagged to Blakley for the first time on Sunday in response to an attack on the Dell Seton Medical Center.
When the UT police arrived on the spot, they found him & # 39; impassioned and run away from police and security & # 39 ;.
Allegedly he tried to beat a hospital guard and bit his thumb so hard it broke the skin.
On Sunday, he attacked a security guard at the Dell Seton Medical Center. When the police arrested him and brought him to jail, he started threatening students on the campus in Austin, Texas
Blackley (left) repeatedly told a prison nurse that he was planning to go to the campus and shoot & # 39; all wealthy children at the UT & # 39 ;. He also threatened a police officer who said: & I will shoot you & # 39;
When the police were viewing Blakley, they were worried about his Facebook page, which was littered with white supremacist images, including photos of himself posing for the Southern flag while aiming a gun
In this Facebook photo, Blackley is standing on a cannon and waving the controversial Southern flag with the caption & # 39; Hush Haters & # 39;
The UT officer arrested him and transferred him to Travis County Jail.
While he was being processed and checked there by a nurse, he would have launched his deadly threats. He even turned to the officer and said: & I will shoot you. & # 39;
According to the sworn statement, the threats & # 39; continued for several hours and the prison staff were concerned about the safety of the university community & # 39; Austin American statesman.
Blakley was accused of creating a terrorist threat and mistreatment of emergency personnel, both third-degree crimes.
When the police were viewing Blakley, they were worried about his Facebook page, which was littered with white supremacist images including photos of himself posing for the Southern flag while aiming a gun.
The Southern flag for some is used as a symbol of southern heritage, but can also be a representation of racism and white supremacy.
Some students say that the photos convinced them that he would have addressed his threats.
& # 39; When you hear something like this, people can be sure they just want to stay home & # 39 ;, a student said WVLT. She said that after seeing the photos of weapons, she was the threat of "more realistic". made.
Police say Blakley is homeless. He was accused of making a terrorist threat and a third-degree attack
His Facebook page reveals a large number of photos of himself posing with weapons, making some students believe he would have acted on his shooting risk
Blackley presented the far left above with friends who turn the bird around and pose in front of a Southern flag
After his arrest, Blakley cannot be admitted within 200 meters of the campus
In Austin, a regulation for homeless people that came into force in July makes it possible to sit, lie down and camp, but now the Safehorns campus groups want the city to reconsider this rule.
& # 39; The recent change to city regulations has encouraged criminals, as has been demonstrated several times in the last 24 hours. They represent a clear and current danger to students, staff and faculty on and around the UT campus, & said the Safehorns.
Blakely is being held to a $ 65,000 bond. Campus officials say that if he pays bail, he must wear a GPS monitor. He may not come within 200 meters of the campus.
The University of Texas has yet to respond to the request for comment from DailyMail.com.
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