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Brothers from New York face 130 charges over homemade weapon stash and celebrity ‘hit list’

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Two New York brothers were arraigned on 130 criminal charges this Tuesday, January 30th. The two brothers had a wide range of 3D-printed guns, makeshift ammunition, and a “hit list” of various celebrities and authority figures. 

Andrew Hatziagelis, 39, and Angelo Hatziagelis, 51, of Astoria in Queens were put into custody after police believed the brothers had “evil intent.”

Recently the crime rate in New York City has dropped 4.1%. (Ai generated image in Canva)

Queens district attorney Melinda Klatz stated, “Among the weapons found were eight fully operable bombs” according to NBC News. In the interview with NBC Klatz also said, “We can not measure the number of lives that were saved, but we do know these weapons will never hurt anyone.” The district attorney’s office released the proposed “hit list.” This list mentions cops, judges, politicians, and celebrities.

 

Among the 130 charges, there are 64 separate counts relating to illegal weapon possession. The brother duo will appear in court on February 15th and if convicted the brothers could face 25 years in prison.

Both brothers have not pleaded guilty to the charges.

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