A Massachusetts man was charged after threats against a Naperville school and Cardinal Cupich

A Massachusetts man was charged after he allegedly made threats against a Naperville school and Chicago Cardinal Blase Cupich.

William MacKinnon, 48, of Pittsfield, Mass., left a four-minute, profanity-laced voicemail threatening to "terrorize" St. Raphael Catholic School in February, according to a criminal complaint. He said he would go to the school and teach them "a (expletive) lesson."

In addition to saying that he wanted to harm students and staff, he said he would hurt Cupich.
ABC7
Officials of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago were not immediately available for comment Monday.

Edward P. Flavin, director of communications for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Joliet, said via email the case "is now in the hands of authorities and is pending in court. We cannot comment further."
Chicago Tribune

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