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Two New Yorkers compiled a list of victims and prepared to kill politicians and famous people.


Alina Prikhodko

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Two brothers who compiled a "human victim" list of cops, judges, politicians, celebrities and bankers were caught with an arsenal of homemade bombs and ghost guns in their Queens apartment, according to reports. New York Post.

Andrew Hatziagelis, a 39-year-old anarchist, and his 51-year-old brother Angelo were charged with 130 counts after police and federal agents seized a cache of weapons. It contained improvised explosive devices, body armor and a collection of AR-15 and 9mm ghost pistols.

The pair also allegedly scrawled a “kill list” on a piece of paper that included a list of potential targets that also identified “corporate scum.”

“Destroy the scum,” the alarming note read. “Destroy the Earth.” “Human sacrifice,” read the inscription on a separate page. “It’s acceptable, but only for corrupt rapists, pedophiles, murderers, politicians, judges.”

The arrests were made after a joint operation with the Queens District Attorney's Office, the New York Police Department and the US Department of Homeland Security. “The city is safer today,” Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz said Monday. “We cannot measure the number of lives saved, but we know that these weapons will not harm anyone.”

Arsenal of weapons

According to the indictment, the Hatziagelis brothers made ghost guns out of the apartment they shared with their mother and another brother on 36th Avenue in Astoria. Police obtained a search warrant for the home on January 17 and discovered a significant arsenal.

The weapons seized included eight pipe bombs, one partially fabricated wire bomb, two loaded AR-15 rifles and two 9mm semi-automatic pistols - all of which were untraceable ghost guns - 600 rounds of ammunition and three sets of body armor.

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In addition, the brothers allegedly had notebooks with instructions for making bombs, as well as “anarchist propaganda” and 3D printers that were used to make weapon parts.

“Today’s charges highlight the harsh reality that there are a small number of people in our communities who may harbor evil intentions,” NYPD Commissioner Edward Cabana said in a statement. The brothers are scheduled to appear in court on February 15 and, if convicted, each face up to 25 years in prison.

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