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Mike Lindell Received Death Threats, Pillows Splattered With Fake Blood


A district judge in Washington D.C. ruled that MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell can keep his address a secret after Lindell’s lawyers said it would put him at risk of death threats or other attacks. Documents filed earlier this month by his attorneys said Lindell reported at least seven individuals to police in Chaska, Minnesota, and said that people had “directly threatened Mr. Lindell’s life or physical safety.” MyPillow’s headquarters are located in Chaksa. Other than threatening phone calls, his lawyers said that he received a box of pillows—in reference to his business—splattered with fake blood, according to the court filing. “Lindell reasonably believes that…

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