A man arrested for disrupting a rally Wednesday night in Worcester, Massachusetts by leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pleaded guilty and was sentenced to one year in prison for a 2005 attempt to blow up a Marine Recruiting Center in Worcester.
Peter Rondon led away by police at Donald Trump rally, image via Twitter.
Local media and TurtleBoy Sports reported on the background of Peter Rondon, 29.
MassLive posted details about Rondon’s arrest Wednesday and the attempted bombing.
“Police removed Rondon after he stood on his chair and started yelling “racist,” according to a police report. Police said he was deliberately pushing and bumping people around him.
“Rondon was forcefully removed from the event by police.
“Court records show Rondon was arrested in 2005 after being found in a third floor bathroom of a recruiting facility on Park Avenue with four gallons of gasoline connected by several wires.
“A Marine recruiter told police Rondon, who had signed up to be a Marine but hadn’t yet completed training, called him to the bathroom where he found him with the makeshift device, court records said.
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Here's a video of a second protester being ejected at Trump's Worcester event. This was shot by an attendee. pic.twitter.com/WxumDAFET6
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