Doc­tor ar­rested at Trump Ho­tel is veteran who spoke of McVeigh

The Washington Times Daily - - POLITICS -

A Penn­syl­va­nia doc­tor with an as­sault-style ri­fle and a hand­gun told an ac­quain­tance that he was driv­ing to see the pres­i­dent and that he had sur­vival sup­plies, mul­ti­ple cell­phones and enough am­mu­ni­tion to make his car re­sem­ble Ok­la­homa

City bomber Ti­mothy McVeigh “on a camp­ing trip,” ac­cord­ing to charg­ing doc­u­ments filed Thurs­day.

Bryan Moles, 43, was ar­rested at Trump In­ter­na­tional Ho­tel in down­town Wash­ing­ton on Wed­nes­day and faces charges of un­law­ful pos­ses­sion and trans­porta­tion of a firearm.

He was not li­censed to carry a gun in the Dis­trict of Columbia, which has strict gun laws, author­i­ties said.

The doc­u­ments de­scribe him as a re­cov­er­ing al­co­holic and mar­i­juana ad­dict suf­fer­ing from post­trau­matic stress dis­or­der. He served in the Navy from 1992 to 2006. He briefly ap­peared be­fore a judge on Thurs­day wear­ing a gray T-shirt and dark ath­letic pants. His feet were bare ex­cept for blue shoe cov­ers.

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