SPOKANE, Wash. -- A suburban Chicago man accused of sending intimidating messages to a Spokane murder suspect on Facebook said his account was hacked.
Spokane Police arrested Kenan Adams-Kinard and Demitrius Glenn for the beating death of World War II veteran Delbert Belton.
PHOTOS: Alleged threats left on Facebook
Adams-Kinard is now being bombarded with death threats according to sources close to the investigation. Some of those threats have been posted on his Facebook page.
One post said, “It’s a good thing Washington State allows the use of capital punishment because the only thing that should ever be on you now is a piece of rope around your neck.” The post is signed, “Warm Regard, The Riverside, (IL) Police Department.”
Riverside Police Department officials said they made contact with the man whose account made the threatening posts. They said he admitted that the messages were sent from his account but he did not write them.