Prosecutors allege that on the same day Kavanaugh and his accuser testified in separate sessions to a Senate panel, Derisi left two threatening voicemails at offices associated with a lawmaker only identified in charging documents as "Senator 1".
The names of the senators were not publicly released.
In a September 27th voicemail, DeRisi claimed he had a "present" for one of the senators: "It's a 9 millimeter. Side of your f***ing skull you scumbag motherf*cker". House Democrats have said they might launch investigations into Kavanaugh should they take control of the chamber next month. Getting a free fucking ride! Less than 90 minutes later, he called the same Senator and left a message that stated, in part, "I'm gonna get you". None! He's a dead man! If f***ing Kavanaugh gets in, he's dead f***ing meat!
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Another message, this one to Senator-2 said, "You asshole, you son of a bitch ..."
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"Representative democracy can not work if elected officials are threatened with death for simply doing their job", US Attorney Richard Donoghue said in a statement. DeRisi was arrested and expected to appear in court Friday.
Investigators used cellphone records and "location information" from a phone provider to determine the calls were placed in the vicinity of Derisi's home in Suffolk County, according to the criminal complaint.
Ronald DeRisi, Law&Crime can confirm, is pictured above in a mugshot dating back to 2011, when he was charged for cutting cell tower cables and causing $100,000 in damage.