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Taylor Greene says her home ‘swatted again’…

The house of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) was involved with another “swatting” incident Thursday morning, the next one in as much days, in accordance with police.

Why it matters: “Swatting” may be the act of placing a fake emergency call to 911 operators, who often dispatch armed SWAT teams from what they think is really a violent situation. Swatting attacks are employed as a prank or type of harassment and also have resulted in fatal consequences.

The most recent: The Rome Police Department told Axios that it taken care of immediately a “swatting call” at Greene’s residence at 2: 53 a.m. Thursday.

  • The decision was from an internet discuss a male who was simply possibly likely to shoot his family and himself at Greene’s home.

Details: “This call was received on which were a suicide crisis line from an internet chat,” Rome police told Axios.

  • The caller said a male who “arrived as transgender” had “claimed they shot the household.”
  • The authorities said the decision was a “second false report.”

Greene confirmed in a tweet Thursday morning she was “swatted again yesterday evening.” She didn’t tweet any more details about the next incident.

  • Greene’s office didn’t immediately react to a obtain comment.

Catch up quick: Greene and the Rome Police Department had said Wednesday she was swatted soon after 1 a.m. that morning.

  • The authorities department said in a Facebook post later that day that “officers taken care of immediately a 911 call [with] mention of a topic being shot multiple times at an address within the town limits.”
  • “When officers responded they discovered this is the house of Marjorie Taylor Greene. She assured the officers there is no issue and the decision was determined to be always a false call often called ‘swatting’,” the department added.
  • In a tweet Wednesday, Greene said she couldn’t “express enough gratitude” to the neighborhood police department.

The picture as a whole: The department said it “received another call from the suspect, who was simply utilizing a computer generated voice.” The caller said these were “upset about Mrs. Greenes political view[s] on transgender youth rights.”

Editor’s note: This post was updated to add a swatting incident at Greene’s home Thursday.

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