An FBI agent who led the controversial investigation into the alleged plot to kill Michigan Governor was arrested earlier this week for assaulting his wife after the two went to a swingers party, report says local.
G-Man Richard Trask of Kalamazoo repeatedly slammed his wife's head against a bedside table and strangled her with both hands before he was strangled. 'she only stops the attack by grabbing his crotch on Sunday, The Detroit News reported, citing an affidavit of the court
The chest, clothes and hands of Trask's wife were covered in blood and sheHe had "serious " bruises around his neck, according to the affidavit.
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The two had returned home after attending an event at a hotel in Oshtempo Township, the post titled "a swinger party ".
Once home, he allegedly got the better of her in bed and "smashed" her head against the bedside table several times before she tried to grab her. beard to break free, according to the affidavit. That was when he allegedly strangled her, the News reported.
Trask, 39, was arrested on Monday and released on bail, the News reported. News.
"In accordance with FBI policy, the incident is under internal review, and I cannot comment further at this time," said the FBI spokeswoman ,Mara Schneider, at LawandCrime.com
He faces up to 10 years in prison for assault with intent to cause serious bodily harm, according to News.
From left right: Joseph Morrison, Paul Bellar and Pete Musico. (County Sheriff's Officede Jackson / Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center)
The Trask affidavit was used in charges against those accused of conspiring to kidnap and kill Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer in retaliation against his COVID-19 , The Associated Press reported. Trask testified in the case, the AP said.
Fourteen people believed to be part of a group called Wolverine Watchmen were indicted in the plot, but the men pushed back and took stated that they were put in place by the FBI because of their political views.
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