California Woman Sentenced for Catholic School Bomb Threats
A California lady who took steps to bomb a Roman Catholic private academy for intending to distribute same-sex wedding declarations was condemned Friday to almost 1/2 years in a government jail.
Sonia Tabizada, 36, of San Jacinto, was condemned to time she as of now has spent in authority for conveying called intimidations in May 2019 to Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School in Washington, D.C., as indicated by court records referred to by the Riverside Press-Enterprise.
Tabizada confessed on Jan. 4 to the hindrance of strict conviction while a subsequent lawful offense accusation of communicating bomb dangers in highway trade was dropped, the paper said.
Appearance Prep, one of the most seasoned Catholic schools for young ladies in the nation, had reported it would start distributing same-sex wedding declarations in its graduated class magazine to propel its instructing that “we are generally offspring of God … deserving of regard and love,” as per an assertion from the U.S. Branch of Justice.
As per her request understanding, Tabizada learned of the choice and left a voice message taking steps to consume and bomb the office.
“Tabizada likewise expressed that she planned to slaughter school authorities and understudies,” the assertion said. “A few minutes after the fact, Tabizada left a subsequent voice message expressing that she planned to explode the school and cautioned that she would submit ‘psychological warfare.’ ”
She was condemned to 15 months and 13 days for “deliberately impeding people in the happiness regarding their free exercise of strict convictions.”