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Massachusetts man convicted after sending racist, threatening emails to Commissioner Outlaw

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Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw (Jared Piper/PHL Council)PHILADELPHIA - A Massachusetts man has been convicted after sending threatening emails last year to Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw, According to an indictment, Peter Fratus, 39, of West Dennis, sent two emails to Outlaw’s email address on June 6, 2020.

Both emails contained racist, offensive, and threatening language, with one email asking where Commissioner Outlaw lives.In August 2020, Fratus was charged by indictment with transmitting threatening communications in interstate commerce."It is a federal felony to threaten another person online, whether the victim is a private citizen or a public figure," said Acting U.S.

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