Encino Man Accused of Threatening Boston Newspaper Staffers Appears Briefly in LA Courtroom

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Encino Man Accused of Threatening Boston Newspaper Staffers Appears Briefly in LA Courtroom


Cain, Josh, Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)


An Encino man accused of making violent threats in phone calls to the Boston Globe newspaper appeared Thursday in a Los Angeles courtroom.

A judge ordered 68-year-old Robert Darrell Chain released on $50,000 bond, to be paid by him and his wife, who also was present in the courtroom. He also was required to relinquish his passport.

Clad in a turquoise shirt, Chain looked at the floor throughout the hearing with his arms crossed.

He was arrested hours earlier at his home by federal agents, who seized at least 20 long guns and handguns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.

Investigators said they tied Chain to a series of calls made to the Globe, threatening to shoot employees at specific times.

But Judge Paul Abrams accepted the argument by Chain’s attorney that since all of the man’s guns had been taken that morning, he did not pose enough of a danger to the public to remain in custody.

Chain’s attorney also told the judge that the man was planning a family trip to Wyoming between Sept. 12 and Sept 21, where he owns another home. Abrams said he would be permitted to travel to Wyoming. …

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