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Gunman Arrested Outside Home of Justice Brett Kavanaugh Charged With Attempted Murder, Found Address “On The Internet”

Gunman Arrested Outside Home of Justice Brett Kavanaugh Charged With Attempted Murder, Found Address “On The Internet”

Criminal Complaint: Nicholas John Roske found Kavanaugh’s address “on the internet,” took a taxi to his house because “he was upset about the leak of a recent Supreme Court draft decision regarding the right to abortion as well as the recent school shooting in Uvalde, Texas…. [and] he had purchased the Glock pistol and other items for the purpose of breaking into the Justice’s residence and killing the Justice as well as himself.”

As reported earlier, Gunman Angered Over Abortion Leaked Opinion Arrested Near Kavanaugh House, Says Wanted To Kill Him.

Based on a Criminal Complaint and Supporting Affidavit filed today in federal court in Maryland, the gunman is identified as Nicholas John Roske, and he is charged with attempted murder:

Here are pertinent portions of the Supporting Affidavit of Special Agen Ian Montijo (emphasis added):

1. This affidavit is being submitted in support of a Criminal Complaint charging with NICHOLAS JOHN ROSKE with attempt to murder a United States Supreme Court Justice in violation of 18 U.S.C. § I 15(a)(l)(A).

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4. On June 8 , 2022, at approximately 1:05 a.m., two United States Deputy Marshals saw an individual dressed in black clothing and carrying a backpack and a suitcase, get out of a taxicab that had stopped in front of the Montgomery County, Maryland residence of a current Justice of the United States Supreme Court. The individual looked at the two Deputy U.S . Marshals, who were standing next to their parked vehicle, and then turned to walk down the street.

5. Shortly thereafter, Montgomery County Emergency Communications Center fielded a call from an individual who identified himself as NICHOLAS JOHN ROSKE. ROSKE informed the call taker that he was having suicidal thoughts and had a firearm in his suitcase. ROSKE also told the call taker he came from California to kill a specific United States Supreme Court Justice. The Montgomery County Police Department officers were dispatched to the location near the Supreme Court Justice’s residence where they encountered ROSKE, who was still on the telephone with the Montgomery County Emergency Communications Center. ROSKE was taken into custody without incident and law enforcement officers seized both the backpack and the suitcase that were still in his possession.

6. An inventory search of the seized suitcase and backpack revealed a black tactical chest rig and tactical knife, a Glock 17 pistol with two magazines and ammunition, pepper spray, zip ties, a hammer, screwdriver, nail punch, crow bar, pistol light, duct tape, hiking boots with padding on the outside of the soles, and other items.

7. After being transported to the Montgomery County Police Department Second District Precinct, a detective advised ROSKE of his constitutional rights. ROSKE indicated that he understood his rights, agreed to speak with the agents, and signed a written waiver to that effect. ROSKE then told the detective that he was upset about the leak of a recent Supreme Court draft decision regarding the right to abortion as well as the recent school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. ROSKE indicated that he believed the Justice that he intended to kill would side with Second Amendment decisions that would loosen gun control laws. ROSKE stated that he began thinking about how to give his life a purpose and decided that he would kill the Supreme Court Justice after finding the Justice’s Montgomery County address on the Internet. ROSKE further indicated that he had purchased the Glock pistol and other items for the purpose of breaking into the Justice’s residence and killing the Justice as well as himself.

8. I conducted a second interview of ROSKE at approximately 9:54 a.m. on June 8, 2022, after I advised ROSKE of his constitutional rights and he waived those rights in writing. Among other things, ROSKE admitted again that he had traveled to the Montgomery County residence with the intent to break into the Justice’s house and to kill the Justice and then himself.

9. Based on the above information, I believe probable cause exists to support the issuance of a Criminal Complaint charging NICHOLAS JOHN ROSKE with attempt to murder a United States Supreme Court Justice in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 115(a)(l)(A).


The group that put the home addresses of Kavanaugh and other conservative Justices “on the internet” plans to protest at Kavanaugh’s house again tonight:



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Colonel Travis | June 8, 2022 at 3:17 pm

Hmm. Ok. But we need to worry about January 6 because a weird guy in a horned hat was THIS close to launching nuclear missiles into Nancy Pelosi’s premium ice cream bunker.

Before anyone pre-emptively acquits the extreme Democrat rhetoric that inspired this attempted assassination one word


If you need it repeated


And again


Yes leftist rhetoric did inspire this attack, and no we are not earning any points with the left by acting as their public relations office when people are inspired to the logical conclusion of their rhetoric.

If he hadn’t phoned ahead, maybe the police wouldn’t have nabbed him. Thank goodness they did. Democrats “By any means necessary”. So if they can’t pack the court maybe they are planning to thin them out. Oh no.

he was upset about the shooting in texas so he decided to shoot someone

This guy decided he didn’t like Justice Kavanaugh so he purchased a Glock 17 and traveled to Maryland to assassinate him because of SCOTUS decisions that haven’t been released yet? Oh and he was so upset that he was going to off himself when he was done. Then the leftist pied pipers decided to continue with their astroturf rent a mob activities at Kavanaugh’s home.

Depraved. Loony. The leftist d/prog own this psycho and their rent a mob. Every prominent d/prog must be made to denounce or celebrate this campaign of terror v SCOTUS.

    alaskabob in reply to CommoChief. | June 8, 2022 at 4:09 pm

    But it is the Dem Formula… Glock and/or AR gets you political and media notoriety. Promise made and fulfilled! The Dems own all of this. They are playing with fire knowing all the ways they can escape accountability. Biden(junta puppet masters)/Garland/Schumer/Pelosi own this.

      CommoChief in reply to alaskabob. | June 8, 2022 at 5:17 pm

      A CA compliant Glock isn’t anything special, ten round mags. Nor was a ‘weapon of war’ AR platform chosen by the lefty weirdo so the narrative here is pretty bland re firearms.

      The d/prog are absolutely stoking the flames of anarchy over a potential decision to overturn Roe. This event offers the opportunity for them to pull back. Several long-term reasons they should but they won’t because if their base turnout is depressed they get beaten even worse in the midterm.

        bigskydoc in reply to CommoChief. | June 8, 2022 at 5:59 pm

        Ironically enough, while the AR is not, and has never been, fielded by the military, the 9mm Glock has. So, in this case, an actual weapon of war was chosen, unlike the crimes committed with the AR.

          CommoChief in reply to bigskydoc. | June 8, 2022 at 6:30 pm

          Fair point though I am unaware of any military fielding a CA compliment, 10 round mag version of the Glock 17.

          healthguyfsu in reply to bigskydoc. | June 9, 2022 at 12:15 am

          More people are killed, by far, with handguns than the tactical rifles that the left has decided to use as cheap political stuntprops.

          taurus the judge in reply to bigskydoc. | June 9, 2022 at 10:57 am

          That’s not entirely correct. ( but does require both explaining and some context)

          The ARMALITE AR ( both the 10 and 15) were both in fact designed EXCLUSIVELY as military weapons and tested in Nam. ( worked very well as designed and well liked and the MACVSOG wanted more)

          Politics ( and the ordinance division) got involved with the “1 gun” that did everything and as a result the timing/powder/primer/terminal characteristics got changed and the rest is history.

          Then it was adopted and Colt bought it and the M-16 was born (and CAR 15 and all the variants). This was a internally redesigned weapon from the original Armalite so technically other than a superficial resemblance- they are 2 different weapons and parts will not interchange. Still a combat military weapon.

          Then Colt came up with the AR-15 SPORTER ( the “civilian AR”)- this was a UNFINISHED ( not fully machined) lower, bolt carrier, hammer, trigger and no selector switch. ( had safe-semi but no auto). Original ones also had no forward assist.

          Otherwise these were basically identical weapons and many people went to the Guard and “swapped parts” with the USGI counterparts and then came in the “drop in” sear.

          So, its both correct and incorrect to say the AR was or was not ever a weapon of war depending on which AR you are talking about.

          What we know today as the AR-15 commonly sold as the offshoot of the COLT sporter is not and never was a “military weapon” but the AR-15 in its original design and purpose was.

    dunce1239 in reply to CommoChief. | June 9, 2022 at 3:22 am

    it is doubtful he knows how to search the internet data bases so what he means he got directions from others that need to be found and prosecuted as co-conspirators.

This was caused directly by the Democrats and media

This was caused directly by the Democrats and media. Chuckie threatened two of the justices by name.

nordic_prince | June 8, 2022 at 4:22 pm

What exactly is in the water that these Ds/progs drink?

Close The Fed | June 8, 2022 at 4:45 pm

It’s a good thing Garland didn’t make onto the court.

He has zero regard for actual law duly enacted.

He’s a wannabe tyrant.

    #FJB <-- Disco Stu_ in reply to Close The Fed. | June 8, 2022 at 7:53 pm

    Apologies for the fat-fingered down vote. (May have also been affected by an afternoon cocktail.)

    Recommend 👍 x1000 as compensation.

Rest easy, everyone. The FBI just announced they’re on the case and we all know how dedicated they are to the rule of law. I mean, “Integrity” is on the FBI’s letterhead.

The right to hold rites for social, redistributive, clinical, and fair weather causes, the wicked solution will not be denied.

TheOldZombie | June 8, 2022 at 5:30 pm

He’s going to have to move. In fact they all might have to move. Now that their addresses are out there and the left shows no desire to behave they and their families will always be in danger. It only takes one moment the US Marshals are not at the home or distracted by something else for someone to get in the house and wreak havoc.

Even his own neighbors are in on this appalling behavior with them setting up protests.

If Nicholas Roske can get the proceeding moved to D.C. and get the same Obama-appointed judge that had the Sussmann trial, then he may be back home by July 4th!

Roberts leaked… I would bet anything
This is on his watch, his bloody hands

Conservatives should form groups to protect the judges, shame our DOJ l, FBI, and police, Marshalls

But they would find some way to claim they were vigilantes and throw them in with Jan 6

LukeHandCool | June 8, 2022 at 6:02 pm

I’ll bet it’s because of Sarah Palin’s map again!!

I say his real motive is to fan the flames for gun control, believing this might resonate with the right,

    Martin in reply to maxmillion. | June 8, 2022 at 10:17 pm

    They can add a question to the background request form: Do you believe that peoples right to keep and bear arms should be restricted? If you answer yes, we know that you do not believe it is safe for you to own a gun and you fail the background check.

Gee, none of this bad stuff seems to happen to the progressive Justices, politicians, or journalists. I wonder why? s/

    divemedic in reply to Gosport. | June 8, 2022 at 10:22 pm

    Because the demographic that owns 300 million or so firearms and a couple of billion rounds of ammo hasn’t gotten pissed off, yet.

    Gosport in reply to Gosport. | June 8, 2022 at 10:23 pm

    What’s the over/under on how long it takes for the perp to be described as “mentally ill” by the left?

Maybe Kavanaugh will finally figure out which is the civil party.
If he does, maybe he just might quit his Pandering with the Court.

When is it that the grown ups will be in charge again? This lefty temper tantrum crap is getting increasingly tired. And dangerous.

Something just doesn’t add up with this story. Was this attempted murder incident a probing mission?

In other words, could the Ruth Sent Us group might be saying let’s see what the security measures are to exploit areas of weaknesses?

This guy was expendable—no matter what. The chances are that he was encouraged by the FBI to influence the outcome. That would have been an unintended bonus if he happened to be successful.

The most likely answer is that this was a diversionary tactic. What else happened within the last 24-48 hours that would typically have led the news shows?

One can hope that SCOTUS releases the Roe v. Wade decision tomorrow and steals the news cycle away from the J-6 Clown Show from the Commies. It would be sweet revenge for what’s led up to today’s story

    taurus the judge in reply to Ghostrider. | June 9, 2022 at 8:00 am

    I doubt it was a probing mission.

    I do however believe it was a calculated false flag for reasons yet to be determined as your post suggests.

    Here’s why, (There’s a “unique randomness” in real acts that is often skewed in staged acts and that’s what I see here and makes me believe this is a staged event)

    The words and actions don’t match. This kid would have never been suspected ( much less caught) without announcing his intentions- I have never been deer hunting and fired a warning shot.

    This kid made sure he was arrested. ( and in a high profile situation too) He even dressed “distinctively” to make sure he was high profile.

    He had a “hidden” message. (bag contents)- he carried all kinds of “stuff” one would find with a prepper type (que the white supremist veteran evil person survivalist claim) but with no indication he planned to use any of it ( or proof he even knew how to use it)- he just “had it”.

    Also, it makes no sense as to the timing- passion driven things happen relatively close to the event- too much time has elapsed for him to be “provoked” now.

    Then there’s the “statement” idiocy ( made a big deal about his thoughts) with a “whoring for virginity” type excuse (logically using the illogical to make a counter point) to “murder” someone because of an anticipated decision about gun rights regarding mass murdering?

    Its almost like this was a class practical exercise on devising a psyop using a “useful idiot” to send a subliminal message to the masses regarding a political agenda item.

I’ll let all the violent progressive protestors in on a secret…… the man isn’t home you idiots.

    kyrrat in reply to Gosport. | June 9, 2022 at 10:50 am

    Actually according to the press(who never lie don’t you know ;)) the whole family was home. He has a wife and two middle school age daughters.

Don’t worry… at this speed most of us will have alcohol fortified fat much so that I bet the spellcheck will get sloshed.

Why anyone would live in Maryland, when they could live in Virginia, is simply beyond comprehension. Kavanaugh was practically begging to be murdered…

    Gosport in reply to Sternverbs. | June 9, 2022 at 12:13 pm

    Kavanagh grew up in Bethesda and was a judge in Montgomery County, Md.

    I found the Va/DC/Md metroplex all much of the same when I lived in N. Va. Not much difference between except who you sent your exorbitant property tax payments to unless you lived in one of the gated communities with serious security.

Professor, Ruth Sent Us followed up yesterday by posting where Kavanaugh’s kids go to school.

When are the people who published the addresses of the SCOTUS Justice’s homes going to held accountable? It is an act of endangerment!

Steven Brizel | June 10, 2022 at 1:38 pm

Unfortunately, the contemplated modus operandi was all too similar to that of a person who killed a retired judge in Wisconsin and then killed himself.