Doctor in Trump Hotel case released but due back in court

Doctor in Trump Hotel case released but due back in court

Doctor in Trump Hotel case released but due back in court

Moles was arrested on May 31 after police received a tip that the Pennsylvania veteran was heading to Washington "to get close to President Trump", with "a vehicle full of ammunition, survival supplies, batteries, and multiple cell phones", according to the affidavit in support of his arrest on Wednesday.

Police officers acted after receiving a call from a tipster, who said that the man - identified as Pennsylvania physician Bryan Moles - was driving to the Trump hotel with an assault rifle and ammunition.

A District of Columbia Superior Court judge released the Pennsylvania doctor from jail on the condition he promised to steer clear of both the White House and Trump International Hotel.

During his federal court appearance Friday, Magistrate Judge Robin Meriweather ordered Moles be released and gave him permission to reside with a friend in Georgia pending his next trial.

Bryan Moles, 43, was ordered released from detention late Thursday despite having said that he came to the District with guns and ammunition to meet with President Trump.

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In a voice-mail message turned over by a tipster, Moles allegedly said he stockpiled his black 2017 BMW with so much survival gear that it "looked like Timothy McVeigh or Eric Rudolph was going on a camping trip", according to prosecutors, referring to one of the 1995 Oklahoma City federal building bombers and the serial bomber who attacked the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.

The documents also say Moles said he was a "refugee intent on bringing down big pharmacy and big business medicine".

Moles' Facebook page indicated that he is a Trump supporter.

Moles eventually chose to check into the Trump International Hotel, and when he did, the criminal complaint states he asked the parking attendant to keep his auto "secure" because it contained two firearms.

Moles said he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder related to his military service and could not take anti-psychotic medications because they made him suicidal, the complaint said.

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When a commenter replied, "Trump all the way".

He served in the US Navy from 1992 to 2006. He was not licensed to carry a gun in D.C. "The dark side wants to disarm the public so they can. just walk through any resistance to their fascist thought police".

Lisa DellaRatta, a nurse practitioner in Florida, said she had known him for more than 25 years and used to live with him. She added that Moles "cannot be a more standup man". He also said that he owns over 20 guns at his home and had experience with explosives and pipe bombs, but "hadn't messed around with them in years". The doctor lives in Edinboro, Pennsylvania which is located approximately 350 miles from Washington.

In October 2016, Moles renewed his medical license, but the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center told ABC News that he was on administrative leave before the hotel incident.

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