If You Send White Powder In The Mail Do You A) Get Charged With Terrorism B) Get Prison Time Or C) Get Probation?
Posted by Casey on February 14, 2008
If you answered A or B you didn’t get the memo that common sense is dead.
The California man convicted of sending threatening letters containing a white powder to public figures like David Letterman and Jon Stewart has been sentenced to probation and ordered to check into a halfway house, where he will be required to take medications recommended by doctors. Chad Castagana, 40, will remain in the Gateways Community Corrections Center for as long as staff at the Los Angeles facility deem appropriate, though his stay there cannot exceed his five-year probationary term, according to the below U.S. District Court order.
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