USA v. Rascoll, Christopher
Stratford, CT


In November 2019, Rascoll began to threaten a woman, who is Jewish, through numerous text messages, voicemails and Facebook posts. In several text messages and voicemails, which continued until June 2020, Rascoll threatened to murder or seriously injure the victim. He also threatened to blow up the victim's house and car. Some of Rascoll's threatening text messages contained anti-Semitic references to the Holocaust. The FBI's investigation also identified several other individuals who had been threatened and harassed by Rascoll. He was sentenced in August 2021 to 36 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for making anti-Semitic death threats to a Jewish resident of Stratford, Connecticut.