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Illinois Man Accused Of Threatening Obama On White House Website



    A 29-year-old Illinois man is accused of threatening President Barack Obama's life in the comment form on the White House website.

    Louis Allen Kinderman, 29, of downstate Lincoln, allegedly made the threat last month via the "Contact Us" link, according to an affidavit posted by The Smoking Gun. The affidavit, verified by NBC News, states Kinderman used a fake name and email ( and said he was from Dallas.

    The message, received Feb. 27, stated that "no one I repeat no one is going to stop me" and "just make sure that no agents get in my way," according to the affidavit. It described the plot and said emails of the plans had been sent to the FBI, Dr. Phil and Bill O'Reilly, among others. 

    Secret Service agents tracked down Kinderman to his Illinois address and arrested him. According to the Smoking Gun, Kinderman was released on $10,000 bond and electronic monitoring during a court appearance last week.

    This apparently isn't the first time the man made a threat toward the president.

    According to a felony complaint filed March 11, Kinderman allegedly made a prior threat on the website and via the FBI tip line.