A fugitive posted comments on a local television station’s Facebook page after he was named during a “Most Wanted Wednesdays” segment.
Mail Online reports that Nicholas Emond posted to WMUR-TV’s Facebook page under the username “Sin Demon” to defend himself and claim he was not a danger to the public.
The 27-year-old is wanted for violating his parole. He was previously convicted of being a felon in possession of a weapon.
Under a photo of Emond on WMUR’s website is the following information:
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Emond has ties to Strafford County, NH area and southern Maine. Emond should be considered ARMED & DANGEROUS based on his prior conviction involving a firearm. If you know of the whereabouts or have observed a person that resembles Emond, please contact the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force, or your local police.
Emond, however, wanted the public to know that he’s not armed or dangerous.
“I’m terrified this all because after the us government came in and tore my life apart for BS and released me ... I’m not armed and certainly not dangerous u all,” he reportedly posted on Facebook.
Emond, who has multiple tattoos and piercings, also cautioned that he shouldn’t be judged on his looks.
“I’m just easy to demon ize because of my appearance thank u for proving that we are living in a new age fascist government running or ruining the lives of thousands of its own people just to make a buck,” he wrote, according to Mail Online.
Emond apparently used his cell phone to post his remarks, but police have not yet been able to track him down.