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    PHOENIX — A man described as a President Barack Obama fanatic pleads guilty to threatening to kill Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.


    Adam Eugene Cox appeared in a Tennessee courtroom on Wednesday.


    He was arrested last year for a death threat that began on the Internet.


    Cox threatened to kill the sheriff and his family.


    Cox will not go to jail. He was sentenced to supervised probation.
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    Cox will not go to jail. He was sentenced to supervised probation.
    And if Arpaio was a barking moonbat for the left like the Sheriff of Pima County, this guy would have gotten 20 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    And if Arpaio was a barking moonbat for the left like the Sheriff of Pima County, this guy would have gotten 20 years.

    "Supervised Probation" can sometimes be a codeword for "court-ordered, long-term, inpatient psychiatric treatment", especially if the local law enforcement people know the guy because he has a long mental health history and they know that his threat
    was not serious.

    The guy looks like he is mentally ill, but lots of people look that way in their mug shots. He was in TN, which is a long way from AZ, so I doubt he was all that serious. I sat through a trial once when I was in high school of a guy who called up the local FBI office and told them that he was going to kill then President Reagan. He received similar treatment, as he had no weapons, no specific plans and was a long way from DC.
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    [QUOTE=noonwitch;490735]"Supervised Probation" can sometimes be a codeword for "court-ordered, long-term, inpatient psychiatric treatment"QUOTE]

    Just as "Obama fanatic" is a codeword for mentally ill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    "Supervised Probation" can sometimes be a codeword for "court-ordered, long-term, inpatient psychiatric treatment", especially if the local law enforcement people know the guy because he has a long mental health history and they know that his threat was not serious.
    Not in Knox County. That's going to mean that the Knoxville PD keep an eye out to find an excuse to violate his probation and make him do whatever his suspended jail sentence was in the Knox County pokey. The guy would be wise to hole up in his house and do nothing but go to work and back for the next year or so.
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