May 21, 2012
CHICAGO — A fourth man faces terrorism charges in a separate plot to toss Molotov cocktails during protests against the NATO summit in Chicago, police said Sunday.
The city is bracing for a massive rally and march Sunday afternoon along with around a dozen other protest events as the leaders of more than 50 nations open their meeting here.
The charges come a day after three men were charged in a plot to attack President Barack Obama’s campaign headquarters, police stations, banks and the mayor’s home with an arsenal of weapons that included beer bottles filled with gasoline, swords, a hunting bow and throwing stars.
Sebastian Senakiewicz, 24, of Chicago was charged with one count of “terrorism/false threat,” Chicago police officer Robert Perez told AFP.