Jacque Waller: Husband charged for Internet threats

Clay Waller, the husband of missing Missouri woman, Jacque Waller  has been charged for making Internet threats again his sister-in-law.

Cheryl Brenneke,  Jacque’s sister, confirms that Waller had threatened her life if any harm came to his children via the website Topix.

An investigation by the FBI brought the charges that were filed on Friday in U.S. District Court. 

“He has been charged by our office.  It was for making a threat over the Internet,” said federal prosecutor Keith Sorrell.

Waller’s attorney, Scott Reynolds said that Clay’s life ha been threatened on the internet several times and those people should have charges brought against them.

Authorities have called lay a suspect in the disappearance of Jacque Waller, who has been missing since June 1. 

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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