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Liberal “Segway Boy” Tried to Buy Radioactive Material With Intent To Kill

Milwaukee, Wisconsin — A former Wisconsin progressive Congressional Candidate  has been arrested and charged with attempting to possess radioactive material “with intent to kill.”

Jeremy Ryan, 30, allegedly attempted to buy a lethal dose of radioactive material in March and October of 2018.

According to Fox6now.com:

Federal agents say Jeremy Ryan was attempting to get his hands on a lethal dose of radioactive material.

Court documents allege that in March and October 2018, Ryan attempted to purchase a lethal dose of a radioactive substance via the internet to kill an unnamed individual.

On Oct. 24, Ryan was arrested and taken into custody without incident.

Following Ryan’s arrest in Black Earth, WI, a search warrant was executed at his residence in Madison by FBI Milwaukee and FBI Chicago’s Hazardous Evidence Response Team.

There is no danger to the public associated with these enforcement actions.

This isn’t the only thing Ryan has done in the last few years that has grabbed the public’s attention.

Ryan was active in the ACT 10 protests in 2011.

This is where he was named “Segway boy because he aggressively harassed Republican lawmakers inside the Wisconsin Capitol while on his Segway.

In 2012, Ryan ran for congress to beat Republican Congressman and house speaker Paul Ryan but failed.

Then in 2016, Segway boy plead guilty to drug trafficking.

According to court records, he was arrested on three felony counts of manufacturing and delivering marijuana and one felony count of maintaining a drug operation.

He has quite the rap sheet, but he could be done for a while now.

The charge of attempted possession of radioactive material with intent to cause death carries a maximum penalty of life in prison.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Western District of Wisconsin is prosecuting his case.

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