"Not guilty" plea in alleged assassination threat at N.J. airport

10/23/2009 | Google

A Newark Airport security guard pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges he made terroristic threats against President Barack Obama. Officers found hollow-point bullets and more than 40 firearms in the home of John Brek after the private security guard allegedly bragged to coworkers that he had "cut a hole in a fence to be able to shoot" the president. The county prosecutor said no guns were found in the part of the airport where Brek worked, though his comments were made "in the vicinity" of an area where Obama was scheduled to pass through en route to an appearance.

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