Man Sentenced to 11 Months in Prison for Leaving Threatening Voicemails for Pelosi – EVOL

A California man has just felt the firm hand of the nation’s federal justice system after he was convicted for making threats to top Democrats.

David Allen Carrier, 44, threatened to physically harm former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Sec. Alejandro Mayorkas.

Carrier was ordered by a judge to serve 11 months in prison for the threatening voicemails he left for the two federal officials, according to The Hill.

Once that prison sentence has been completed, Carrier will also be required to serve three years of supervised release.

He must also abide by certain other conditions imposed by the court during that time.

According to a Justice Department press release, Carrier first called then-Speaker Pelosi’s office on Jan. 21, 2021, just two weeks after the Capitol riot.

He left a voicemail threatening physical assault against the Democrat congresswoman.

More than a year and a half later, the man similarly called a special hotline for the DHS and again left a voicemail message that threatened physical assault against Sec. Mayorkas.

Carrier was eventually indicted by a federal grand jury in September 2023.

He was charged with two counts of violating the federal statute 18 U.S.C. §



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