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E-Mail Threats Net 45 Days In Prison

By Hatewatch Staff on October 7, 2008 - 8:29 am, Posted in Uncategorized

Christopher Michael Szaz, 42, was sentenced to 45 days in federal prison for E-mailing violent threats to the National Council of La Raza and the Council of American-Islamic Relations.
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  • Subt

    This guy must’ve been a complete moron. Yet, CAIR and especially La Raza are barely any different from the hate group this man was probably involved with.

  • Fred

    If this jerk made those threats, he belongs in prison,along side of all those people that used false I.D.s and stolen S.S.I. numbers also! The law is ment to be enforced for all criminals,isnt it?

  • 88obliterate

    The punishment fits the crime. And while he’s in prison, he might wanna learn a little bit about respect. Since he will be also a “minority” in the prison population. None of these inbreeds were taught proper nor deciplined. So they go on to threatened others since they believed in their own little minds, that this is the only channel to get what they want is by threats.
    It didn’t work.
    In fact most leaders of respected organizations do not bow down to a singled disgrunted foe. It only motivates the leaders to keep up with their work and they know its working.
    Making threats is a signal that many Extremists are running out of options or simply they are desperate.

    I hope he enjoys his stay in prison.