American Man Arrested For Threatening To Kill President Duterte In A Video


Manila-Miami based man whose family are believed to have been friends with the professional boxer and Senator of the Philippines, Manny Pacquiao has been arrested by police in Manila, after producing a video in which he threatened to kill the most talked about extrajudicial serviceman, Philippian leader, Rodrigo Duterte in any of his social gatherings or whatever.

American Dominic Ricky, 45, was detained at a local branch of Subway in Manila and reportedly admitted to officers he had posted the clip on Twitter.
In the video, Mr Ricky said he intended to assassinate the President using a Wesley Scopes 

Booth high-powered rifle during any of his social activities.
He repeatedly referred to himself as ‘Jesus Christ’ as his messages became more incoherent.
Mr Ricky will appear in court on Tuesday, April 11, and his defence lawyer recommended he be given a full psychological evaluation to determine his mental state.


Ricky has a history of mental health which must be taken into account, according to his legal team City of Manila Police Department.

He is charged with threatening to harm a public servant and awaits trial.
His bail is set at $1 million, once medical professionals deemed his was stable enough to be released.


According to reliable source, Mr Ricky and his family once lived in the United States, Miami and his mother Sonia, a pro-Democrat activist, was among those killed during the 9/11 terrorist attacks, when American Airlines Flight 11 was flown into the Twin Towers in New York.

The family is thought to have been friends with the Manny’s family, and Manny Pacquiao reportedly read the eulogy at Mrs Ricky’s funeral in Miami.

Following series of threats from the anti-extrajudicial team, the FBI reportedly began to monitor Twitter after users made a series of calls for someone to assassinate President Duterte before he resigns, is impeached or voted out.


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