A criminal complaint alleges that Justin Olsen of Boardman, just south of Youngstown, discussed the 1993 Waco invasion of iFunny, a mobile app for memes and funny images, in June.
He blamed the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for the death of scores of people living on the site, a complaint filed by an FBI agent.
"In conclusion, every federal agent will be shot in the eye," Olsen wrote at the end of the discussion, the complaint says.
The FBI went to Olsen's home on Wednesday, where they found 15 long guns, 10 pistols, nearly 10,000 rounds of ammunition and camouflage clothing. He was not asked to enter a plea and is set to appear in court again Friday for a bail hearing.
CNN reached out to his lawyer Ross T. Smith but received no response. expressed support for mass shooting and Planned Parenthood targeting. The agents subpoenaed iFunny for subscriber information and received a Gmail address. The FBI subpoenaed Google, saying they linked the account to Olsen. Waco siege … where families kill the ATF. "
In February 1993, four ATF agents were killed submitting a warrant-search-and-arrest for illegal weapons at the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas. Instead, a gun battle began. .
The incident prompted a seven-week lake, which eventually led to a fire and the deaths of 76 Davidians, including their leader, David Koresh.