KENT, OH (WOIO) –
The 58-year-old history professor was involved in a series of threats stemming from an out-of-state child custody issue.
According to the FBI, a St. Louis resident was arrested, accused of making a series of threatening Facebook posts against a judge.
Pino was the resident’s Facebook friend and posted statements and images on social media involving the resident’s child custody issues between May 2015 and January 2016, according to the FBI.
Kent State offered the following statement in response to the news:
“Kent State University Professor Julio Pino has been suspended after charges were filed today in federal court. The university has also prohibited him from coming onto any Kent State campus. The university continues to cooperate with the Department of Justice on this matter, and all inquiries about this case should be directed to that office.”
Some of the statements the resident is accused of writing include, “I will kill 100s of people if they take my rights as a father away!”
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