Man threatens to kill David Duke, references Alton Sterling in YouTube video
BATON ROUGE - A man was arrested for posting videos on YouTube threatening to kill senatorial candidate David Duke and police officers.
Anthony Moore, 22, posted a video around July 6, 2016. Moore was holding a pistol and pointed it at the camera. He threatened to kill on behalf of Alton Sterling. Moore said he doesn't know Sterling, but made threats against police officers.
Moore posted a second video around July 23, 2016, and identified himself as "Ant Honcho." In the video, he made threatening remarks against Duke if he becomes senator.
Moore was identified through his driver's license and his nickname. Louisiana State Police arrested him in his apartment, where he filmed the videos. He was booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison for terrorizing and cyberstalking charges.
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