A former University of Pittsburgh football player and dentist, Anthony Dinozzi, was arrested for threatening to send the Hells Angels biker gang after an FBI agent and is now awaiting sentencing.
It began in 2011 when Dinozzi began to believe that Microsoft founder, Bill Gates, had been sending him brain-damaging “radioactive waves” through his computer.
At the time Dr. Denozzi was questioned by Pittsburgh International Airport FBI security agent, Gregory Heeb, when Dinozzi tried to board a flight to Seattle in order to “arrest Mr. Gates and his wife, Melinda.”
As reported by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Mr. Dinozzi told Agent Heeb that the flight had been booked by Attorney General Eric Holder and that Mr. Gates was emitting waves through his computer that were harming his health.
The dentist was not arrested for the airport incident.
A month later the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force interviewed Dinozzi at his parents’ home because he continued to call federal officials demanding that they arrest Bill Gates. After the interview, the dentist ceased making phone calls until January of this year. Agent Heeb called Dinozzi’s mother to let her know that the phone calls to arrest Bill Gates had started again.
This didn’t go over well with the dentist, who then allegedly called Agent Heeb and threatened to beat him up and hire the Hells Angels attack him.
This was the final call that got him in hot water and arrested by the FBI.
His attorney is hoping to see the dentist get a light sentence, if any, and mental health treatment instead of months in prison.
For more on this story see: Former Dentist Faces Prison for FBI Threat