Man Pleads Not Guilty to Threatening Judge
Valley News Live
A man accused of threatening to kill a federal judge in North Dakota has pleaded not guilty. Carlos Kidd is charged with two counts of mailing threatening communications. Authorities say he mailed letters from Texas to U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland in Bismarck.
Kidd is currently serving two prison sentences, including a ten year term for escape and a five year term for harassment.
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