GAC Professor Threatened Feds While in Jail on Fraud Charges

GAC Professor Threatened Feds While in Jail on Fraud Charges

Image Gustavus Adolphus College Student Union. Photo by Gustie6.

He will remain jailed after calling for a United States attorney to be executed

By Robert Lawson
Publisher
info@nicolletcountyledger.com


A Gustavus professor that has been accused of fraud will remain jailed after calling for a United States attorney to be executed. He asked for Andrew Luger’s execution in a document that was written while he was in jail. On Wednesday, a magistrate judge ordered the professor to undergo a mental health evaluation while he is in jail as his fraud case proceeds in the courts. Anthony Kroger, 45, of Cottonwood, will be detained after prosecutors showed writings produced aimed at law enforcement and judicial officials that he wrote,
including one 1,100 page document.

Kroger was indicted last week by a grand jury on charges of wire fraud, bankruptcy fraud and money laundering charges that relate to allegations that he embezzled nearly $700,000 from a joint real estate venture. He is a former assistant professor at Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter. He also previously taught at Bemidji State University.

Kroger allegedly victimized a business partner and committed several misdeeds against that person, law enforcement reported and court documents
allege. Kroger’s writings, which he dubbed “The Kroger Report”, accused
the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of attempting to kill him using....

Continue Reading on Page 5 of the April 14, 2024 edition of the Nicollet County Ledger newspaper. 

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