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Judge Chutkan ‘Swatted’ as Audio Released of Police Response

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Multiple high-profile figures, including a judge overseeing a case involving former President Donald Trump, left-wing billionaire George Soros, Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows, and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, have been victims of “swatting” incidents, where false emergency calls prompt police responses.

The incidents have raised concerns about safety and the impact of such actions on individuals and law enforcement.

Judge Chutkan “may have been the target of a ‘swatting’ call tonight,” Lawfare reporter Anna Bower wrote online. (Trending: First Moon Mission In 50 Years Blasts Off)

“Police & fire services responded to a reported shooting at a home in D.C. They found nothing. Per property records, Chutkan owns the home.”

“I’m not posting the audio from the dispatch here because it includes the address of the home that appears to be owned by Judge Chutkan,” Bower wrote.

“But according to the dispatch, police who responded to the shooting report ‘thoroughly searched the area’ and found nothing.”

“I think someone just tried to swat judge in Trump’s DC case but got the address very wrong,” Howard University professor Dave Stroup posted.

“Could be wrong on this but DC Fire and MPD responded to a call for a shooting with possible multiple victims at an address in the 16th Street Heights which is listed as the mother of the judge’s ex-husband.”

“Dear friends, Thank you for the messages of love and support. I’ve been moved by everyone and especially by those from friends and loved ones who disagree with my decision but have reached out to express love and respect. Many of you have asked if Brandon and I are safe. We are away for the holiday weekend. We were not home yesterday when threats escalated, and our home address was posted online,” Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows wrote.

“It was a good thing because our home was swatted last night. That’s when someone calls in a fake emergency to evoke a strong law enforcement response to scare the target. Swatting incidents have resulted in casualties, although thankfully this one did not,” she added.

“This behavior is unacceptable. The non-stop threatening communications the people who work for me endured all day yesterday is unacceptable. It’s designed to scare not only me but also others into silence, to send a message. I am so grateful to have such an amazing team of employees at the Department of Secretary of State. Brandon and I are grateful for the incredible, dedicated support from law enforcement in this time. They’ve been amazing.”

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