Target: Massachusetts U.S. Attorney’s Office
Goal: Seek maximum punishment for man accused of plotting terrorist attack in college cafeteria.
The son of a Boston police captain was recently arrested after authorities became convinced he was planning a terrorist attack in a college cafeteria, according to reports. Allegedly, 23-year-old Alexander Ciccolo had become interested and inspired by ISIS. Reports say that he allegedly purchased a pressure cooker and had expressed a desire to set off explosives on a college campus because it’s a place that is highly populated.
Once he was arrested he allegedly attacked a nurse with a pen during a routine medical exam. Demand that, if found guilty, he be given the maximum penalty possible.
Dear Massachusetts U.S. Attorney’s Office,
A 23-year-old man was recently arrested after allegedly plotting a terrorist attack on a college campus. Alexander Ciccolo is accused of purchasing a pressure cooker and planning to set off explosives in a highly populated area.
It is even reported that he expressed interest in martyrdom and had been inspired by ISIS.
If he is found guilty of plotting a terrorist attack, we the undersigned urge you to seek the maximum penalty possible to show that Massachusetts and the U.S. government will not tolerate terrorism.
[Your Name Here]
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