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Ex-Con Trump Supporter Faces Life for Arson at Florida Mosque | News | teleSUR English


Ex-Con Trump Supporter Faces Life for Arson at Florida Mosque | News | teleSUR English: The suspect, Joseph Michael Schreiber, 32, faces at least 30 years in prison if convicted of committing Monday's arson attack on the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, according to the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office.

At a news conference announcing the arrest, Sheriff's Office Major David Thompson said Schreiber owns a motorcycle like the one seen in the video. Thompson said tips from the public led investigators to the suspect and his home in nearby Port St. Lucie, where a search turned up additional evidence tying him to the crime.

An examination of Schreiber's social media account also uncovered "multiple anti-Islamic posts and comments," Thompson said, and added the posts were the reason behind the hate crime charge.

Schreiber's Facebook page includes posts supporting Donald Trump and others saying all forms of Islam are radical.

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