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Texas man has been charged with threatening former Baltimore health commissioner and CNN analyst Doctor Leana Wen over her support of COVID-19 vaccines.

Scott Eli Harris, 51, of Aubrey Texas, appeared in Maryland District Court for sending threatening and racist cell phone messages to Wen, 38, in July 2020.

In text messages provided by the agency, Harris allegedly berated Wen for her Asian origins and told him that she would not receive the vaccine.

“I’ll never take your wonder drug. My 12-gauge promises I won’t, “Scott Eli Harris wrote.” I’m a fifth generation sniper and US Army veteran. Can’t wait for filming to start.

He is also believed to have used racial slurs and other language deemed offensive against Wen, who was born in Shanghai, China.

Wen is a regular medical analyst for CNN. has Dr. Who’s media representatives who asked for comment.

The indictment was pronounced on September 29 and was released on Tuesday before Harris was arrested in Texas, where he will first appear on Wednesday.

“We take threats and intimidation seriously and this accusation is a clear indication that such behavior is being prosecuted at the federal level,” said US Attorney Erek L. Barron.

“We will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to investigate and prosecute those who make such threats.”

If convicted, Harris faces a maximum sentence of five years in federal prison. Effective penalties for federal offenses are generally lower than the maximum penalties.

Harris is expected to first appear in the United States District Court in Baltimore at a later date.

No attorney representing Harris is listed in the court records.

In a similar incident in July, Maryland federal prosecutors accused a West Virginia man, Dr., of threatening Anthony Fauci and his family.

According to a criminal complaint filed in Maryland District Court Monday, 56-year-old Thomas Patrick Connally, Jr., sent the terrifying news to Fauci, President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, on July 21.

In his latest July 21 post, Connally wrote: “I encourage you to buy a gun, put the barrel in your filthy elven muzzle and pull the trigger.”

An email dated December 28 said, “I hope someone takes a baseball bat from your disgusting lying elf head and pulls you out of your misery, you disgusting criminal bastard.”

Someone else’s May 27 issue reads “Cut off the scalp and sew it off a rat.”

Connally was charged with threats against a federal official and interstate communications that included threats of harm. The first case provides a maximum sentence of 10 years of imprisonment, the second a maximum sentence of five years.

The messages Connally would send threatened the immunologist and his family.

“You, your dirty wife and your daughters get 6 mandatory injections into your dirty pig snouts as you watch,” Connally wrote in an email dated January.

“You and your whole family will be dragged into the street, beaten to death and burned,” he continued.

Fauci, 80, married bioethicist Christine Grady in 1985, whom he met at the National Institutes of Health.

“She went to school to do a PhD in philosophy, she worked and had three children,” she told the Financial Times in 2015.

They have three adult daughters: Jennifer, Megan and Alison.

According to the Justice Department, Connally used a ProtonMail account to send the disturbing messages.

ProtonMail allows users to send encrypted emails from one end to the other. The company is based in Switzerland.

Law enforcement received emails from a account that Connally allegedly used to communicate with the encrypted address.

According to court documents

They also matched their ProtonMail username, Nature Theater Alhena, to an Instagram account created with an IP address associated with a Connally leased property.

On April 24, Connally reportedly sent seven threatening emails to Dr. Fauci, who is also director of the United States National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases.

“Your daughters will be hunted, captured, tortured and shot in the back of the neck if you say one more word about ‘compulsory vaccinations’, hideous piece of crypto-k *** disgusting you with DOGS ***”, did he declare. they say he wrote with anti-Semitic slander.

Just 30 minutes earlier, he had Dr. Francis Collins, 71, sent four messages to the director of the National Institutes of Health.

He is said to have repeatedly cited Fauci’s research on HIV / AIDS in the 1980s and advocated far-right conspiracy theories about the doctor’s work on the virus.

“Kary Mullis (RIP) called you a LIE and a scam,” he said in a post.

Mullis, who invented the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) that enables current testing for Covid-19, was an “AIDS denier” who believed that HIV infection did not lead to AIDS. People with this belief have sometimes advised patients against taking life-saving antiretroviral drugs, according to Nature Medicine.

Acting US Attorney Jonathan Lenzner said, “We will never tolerate violent threats against public officials.

“Our public health officials deserve our thanks and appreciation for their tireless work, and we will not hesitate to denounce those who attempt to silence these officials with fear,” he added.