Threaten the President's Life on Craigslist, And You're Going to Federal Prison for Two Years
Right. That guy.
Anyway. The U.S. Attorney's Office just sent word: Miller, whose postings were brought to Secret Service's attention by a concerned citizen in Arlington, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge David C. Godbey, who gave Miller 27 months in federal prison -- far shorter than the five-year sentence he faced following his arrest and April arraignment. He'd tried to get out on bail in June. The judge said: Nope, too dangerous. He pleaded guilty one month later, before his trial was set to start.