Lawrence Mulqueen pleads guilty to weapons charges after admitting to online death threats against politicians

This new weapons charge will cost him one

This new weapons charge will cost him one year in county lockup.

A Nanuet man who admitted to threatening politicians on Facebook pleaded guilty today to weapons charges.

Lawrence Mulqueen confessed in Rockland County Court to owning an illegal metal knuckle knife that police found when they raided his home last year. Mulqueen has already pleaded guilty to federal charges for making online death threats to federal, state and local officials. He was sentenced...

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