Gun rights activist arrested after allegedly threatening police

AMARILLO, Texas (Fox 32 News) - A gun rights activist was arrested after repeatedly threatening police dispatchers, according to reports.

Earle Melverly Bishop, 34, was supposedly angry that police had arrested the president of Open Carry Texas, CJ Grisham.

Bishop allegedly called Olmos Park Police repeatedly and told dispatchers that their actions were "treason" and was "punishable by death," according to Fox 29 San Antonio.

He also allegedly told dispatchers he could kill a police officer "in cold blood and nobody could do anything about it because he violated the law first."

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