Israeli-American man, 18, is charged with threatening Jewish centers, schools and flights across the US with a ‘bloodbath’

Sunday, April 23, 2017
By Paul Martin

Michael Kadar, 18, a dual US-Israeli citizen, was arrested in Israel in March
He’s charged with making threats from Israel to centers and schools in Florida
And he allegedly made a false report to get police to raid a house in Georgia
Kadar, who’s reportedly Jewish, digitized his voice to hide his identity, cops said
But a tell-tale speech impediment remained when audio was fixed, report claims
He also allegedly made threats against JCCs in Australia and New Zealand
Mom and lawyer say autism and an inoperable brain tumor affect his behavior

23 April 2017

An Israel-American teen has been charged with 31 counts after allegedly threatening Jewish centers, schools and commercial flights across the US, hiding his voice with voice-modulating software.

Michael Ron David Kadar, 18, was arrested in Israel in March. A dual US citizen, he is being charged in Georgia and Florida, according to NBC News.

In one February 2017 call, Kadar promised that ‘in a short time, a large number of “Jew children” were going to have their heads blown off from the shrapnel,’ an FBI report alleged.

Kadar is Jewish, an official told ABC 7.

The calls date back as far as August 2015, and frequently saw Kadar threatening ‘bombs’ and ‘bloodbaths’, the FBI said.

He disguised his identity by using text-to-voice services and voice modulation software.

And he equipped his home with an antenna that allowed him to use multiple wi-fi connections in his neighborhood to further hide his identity.

But the FBI were able to track the calls after serving 100 subopenas and search warrants to various internet providers.
They then tracked the time of day and phrases to pinpoint the suspect.

According to the Florida indictment, which covers calls made between January 4 and March 3, when the voice modulation was stripped out, the recordings retained a speech impediment similar to Kadar’s own.

And Israeli police said that his home contained recordings of the calls, organized by date, on a USB drive.

He has been charged with 28 counts of making threatening calls and conveying false information to police in that state.

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