The Plainville police report stated Bissonnette was “fearful of the influence” his lesbian sister was having on his 18-year-old daughter.
“If she [expletive] with my child again, I will execute her myself. Corinne, if she goes against me, there will be bullets flying. She cannot talk to me. I wanna execute her. I will kill a gay,” Bissonnette said in a voicemail to his mother. “I’ll put a bullet in both their heads. If they turn my daughter gay, I’m gonna kill them both. I’m gonna blow their brains out.”
He also told local police he was going to throw a smoke bomb at his mother’s house, where his sister and daughter were celebrating Christmas, so that they would think the house was being fired upon and make them “freak out”.
Bissonnette was arraigned Thursday on charges of second-degree intimidation based on bigotry bias, second-degree threatening and second-degree harassment. His bond has been set at $75,000, and his mother, sister, brother, and sister’s wife have all taken out protective orders against him. His next court date is set for January 24th.
h/t: LGBTQ Nation