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Florida Nurse Accused to Kill Vice President of USA

Florida Nurse Accused to Kill Vice President of USA

On Friday in Florida, a nurse is arrested for apparently threatening to kill Kamala Harris in media.

A 39-year-old nurse from Florida is arrested because she allegedly wants to murder Vice president Kamala Harris. Viviane Petit Phelps is charged by the US secret service and investigated by them.

Kamala Harris is the first black American woman and the first South Asian American to be elected. And vice president of the USA. A complaint was filed against her in the United States District Court of Florida. Phelps intentionally want to murder and entail physical injury upon the Vice president from February 13 to February 18.

Since 2001 Phelps is worked for Jackson Health System and faces charges of threats Kamala Harris. She says that she sent a video to her husband .Her husband is already behind bars, the complaint. She sends video through JPay. A desktop app that enables her to connect with families with prisoners.

In the video, Phelps speaks very harshly and expresses her hate for President Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Also, she says that she will murder Kamala Harris.

What did She say in Video Message?

Phelps stated, “Kamala Harris, you goanna die soon your days is counted already.” On February 18, she says, “I am going to the gun range, I vow to God, today is the day you die. From today to fifty days, note this day. She believes that Kamala Harris is not really ‘Black. In the inauguration ceremony, she distrustfully holds her purse rather than Bible.

The investigator team also says they discovered a picture that presents Phelps at the shooting range and holding a pistol. And also smiling face target with bullet holes.

On March 3, the detective agency from the Miami Dade police division went to meet Phelps to interview her. But she denied meeting with them. On March 6, the secret service agent again goes her home to speak. Phelps said that she was agitated at that time when Kamala Harris was becoming president. But that time, she says, ‘over it now.’

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