911 Call Made by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Accused Would-Be Assassin Released


Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s suspected assassin, has released the 911 call.

Nicholas Roske, 26 years old, called 911 asking if he wanted to hurt himself and the judge. “correct.”
Roske arrived at Justice Kavanagh’s Maryland residence in a taxi around 1:05 AM Wednesday. He was all dressed in black, but got cold feet after he saw two U.S. citizens. According to authorities, Roske was seen leaving Justice Kavanagh’s Maryland home at 1:05 am Wednesday morning in a taxi. He was dressed all in black but got cold feet when he saw two U.S. Marshals, who then walked away and called 911.

The 911 operator was told that he had brought a “firearm with me but it’s unloaded and locked in a case.”He also said it was in a zipper-tied bag that was right next to him. He also admitted that he had pepper spray, a knife, and other tools such as a screwdriver and a hammer, with him.

Roske was wearing padded hiking boots and admitted he intended to sneak into the justice’s home and shoot him, according to authorities.

Roske stated that he had killed Kavanaugh and planned to end his life. He told the 911 operator. “because I didn’t think I could get away with it.”

Roske’s arrest for the assassination of the Supreme Court justice is bringing out more information. He is from California. His parents were probably on vacation in Hawaii when he was arrested. A high school friend described him as “really nice,” “kind,”And “on the geekier side.”

Roske allegedly claimed to have told FBI that the motive behind his assassination attempt was because he was angry about the Supreme Court draft opinion leaked that would overturn Roev. Wade. New York Post reported.

Roske believed Kavanaugh would relax gun control laws. He said he found the justice’s address online and concocted his attempted assassination in order to “give his life a purpose,”According to the New York Post, Roske told the agent.

Roske was accused of buying his weapons at a gun shop during his initial appearance before federal court. “for the purpose of breaking into the Justice’s residence and killing the Justice as well as himself.”

U.S. Magistrate Timothy J. Sullivan asked Roske to explain the proceedings in court Wednesday following his arrest. Roske answered the honor by stating that he understands the proceedings. “I think I have a reasonable enough understanding, but I wouldn’t say I’m thinking clearly.”

Attempts to reach Roske’s attorney for comment by Inside Edition Digital were unsuccessful.