A California man pleaded guilty Friday to a plot against an Orange County, Calif., synagogue and two churches he perceived as tied to the Jewish community, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Nicholas Wesley Rose, who allegedly kept a “kill list” of prominent Jewish people, pleaded guilty Friday to one felony count of carrying a loaded firearm not registered to him and three misdemeanor civil rights violations in connection with the threats.
After making his plea, Rose was sentenced to two years and three months in the Orange County Jail and another year in a residential mental health treatment program, along with five years’ probation under GPS monitoring. Rose is also required to remain at least 500 yards from the victims of his threats, according to the newspaper.
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