Clelie Bissonnette, the mother of 46-year-old Plainville man Gordon Bissonnette, reported him to police after she says that he threatened to kill his gay sister if he saw her on Christmas.
Gordon’s brother, Brian, substantiated his mother’s claims by going to police and playing eight voicemails that Gordon allegedly left between Dec. 12 and Christmas Day.
“If she [expletive] with my child again, I will execute her myself. Corinne, if she goes against me, there will be bullets flying. She cannot talk to me. I wanna execute her. I will kill a gay,” Gordon reportedly said in a voicemail.
“I’ll put a bullet in both their heads. If they turn my daughter gay, I’m gonna kill them both. I’m gonna blow their brains out.”
In the messages, Gordon also allegedly asked his brother if he wanted to ruin his sister’s Christmas and made more than one reference to “destroying them.”
According to Capt. Brian Mullins, Gordon is "fearful of the influence members of his family, both gay and straight, are having on his daughter.” Bissonnette's daughter is 18.
Gordon admitted to leaving the voicemails but told police that he doesn’t remember what he said because he was drunk.
Protective orders have been issued on behalf of Gordon’s mother, sister, brother and his sister’s wife, and he is not legally allowed to contact them anymore.