Woman acquitted in sticky threat case

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  1. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    A 24-year-old dental student who sent a note and a wad of bubble gum with her fine for a speeding ticket was acquitted Wednesday of two felony counts of mailing a threat. A federal jury found Rosemary Ho of Phoenix not guilty following a two-day trial and a few hours of deliberation.
    Ho was accused of mailing a note to the Santa Fe Motor Vehicle Division office in 2003 that read: "Caution Touch at your own risk or use gloves. Ha-ha." The word caution was highlighted in pink. The letter also contained an $80 money order to pay her traffic ticket.

    Despite the payment, the MVD called the FBI, getting Hazmat teams, physicians drawing blood and analysts looking at DNA and comparing handwriting involved.
    http://www.thenewstribune.com/24hour/weird/story/2643957p-11136123c.html
     
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  3. CyberLaw

    CyberLaw Former Member

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    This is a 24 year old dental student.....OMG talk about lack of judgement.

    I would not want this person treating me or my teeth.
     
  4. vicktor

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    Any 24 year old dental student who would chews gum could be a serious risk to your teeth, if not the world at large. :eek:
     

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