Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Be careful not to leave your death threat letter on a Kinko's copier

A Milwaukee man who says his rights were violated when he filed for bankruptcy has been charged with threatening to kill the federal judge who handled the case and to blow up a courthouse.

John J. Miller, 46, was arrested and charged last week after he faxed hand-written and signed letters from a Kinko's. On March 8, employees at the Kinko's on N. Farwell Ave. reported they found a threatening letter that included Miller's name and phone number. He had faxed the letter to four area codes and then left it on a copy machine, according to the complaint. An employee called Milwaukee police, who contacted the FBI. » Full article here

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