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Area man sentenced for threats

April 28, 2014

ELKINS — A Mabie man, who pleaded guilty to one count of threats of terroristic acts in February, was one of five individuals sentenced in Randolph County Circuit Court....

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Apr-29-14 8:33 AM


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Apr-29-14 8:30 AM


How about "terrorist threat"? The threat was made against public service employees. The police deserve praise for what they face on a daily basis. Why the sympathy for a terrorist over a public service employer who put their live on the line everyday? Next week is public service employee recognition week. Hug a cop, firefighter, and other employees who give of themselves unselfishly.

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Apr-28-14 3:49 PM

I hope everyone is watching where this is leading. Sentence a man to one to five years for making a threat? That is absolutely asinine. I've seen hardened criminals get less time than this, and for much harsher acts. If we keep allowing this, it will get to the point that you'll get the firing squad for making a comment about an elected official. Sounds more like Nazi Germany than America.

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Apr-28-14 1:51 PM

Why wasn't this story featured here today?? ... "The West Virginia Judicial Investigation Commission has charged a Randolph County circuit court judge with violating the code of judicial conduct in connection to an alleged affair with a community corrections director for the county."

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