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Man who threatened to “bomb” Merriam-Webster over LGBTQ+ inclusive definitions pleads guilty

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The man who inundated the Merriam-Webster offices with anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric and bomb threats has pleaded guilty. Back in April, a California man named Jeremy David Hanson was arrested for one count of “interstate communication of threats to commit violence” after he sent horrific messages to the dictionary-based business.

According to a statement from the District of Massachusetts’ US Attorney’s office, Hanson used the dictionary website’s “Contact Us” portal to submit the aforementioned messages between 2 October and 8 October 2021.

In one of his posts, he wrote: “It is absolutely sickening that Merriam-Webster now tells blatant lies and promotes anti-science propaganda.

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