Michael Sampson, 41, succeeded in turning a minor driving with a suspended license into a charge of threatening a judge and intimidating a witness — all without uttering a word.
Sampson was in municipal court when officer Sean Wilcox was testifying. Sampson allegedly pointed at Wilcox, then pointing towards his own head as if holding a gun. When the judge intervened, he allegedly pointed his finger at the judge and did a throat slashing motion across his own throat.
He was quickly convicted on the original charges and then charged with four counts of making a criminal threat and one count of aggravated intimidation of a witness. That’s pretty good work without uttering a word.
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10 thoughts on “Motion to the Court: Kansas Man Charged With Threatening Judge and Witness”
“Maybe Michael Sampson wanted to go to jail in order to organize a jail break to free his brother who’s on death row.”
Why didn’t I think of that? If so before the sentence is imposed his tattoos need removal by a plastic surgeon.
Maybe’s he’s a mime artist. How dare they limit his art!
Maybe Michael Sampson wanted to go to jail in order to organize a jail break to free his brother who’s on death row. They need to check his body for tattoos of the floor plan of the prison…
That is one angry man. I am betting that he is a card carrying “Tea Bagger”.
yeah, Jill I know, I spent some time in Salina it’s a different world
OT: As Obama prepares for more war here is something to know:
“UK Inquiry: Blair Conspired with Bush as Early as February 2002 to Plot Iraq Invasion
By Dave Lindorff
Most Americans are blissfully in the dark about it, but across the Atlantic in the UK, a commission reluctantly established by Prime Minister Gordon Brown under pressure from anti-war activists in Britain is beginning hearings into the actions and statements of British leaders that led to the country’s joining the US invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Even before testimony began in hearings that started yesterday, news began to leak out from documents obtained by the commission that the government of former PM Tony Blair had lied to Parliament and the public about the country’s involvement in war planning.
Britain’s Telegraph newspaper over the weekend published documents from British military leaders, including a memo from British special forces head Maj. Gen. Graeme Lamb, saying that he had been instructed to begin “working the war up since early 2002.”
They aren’t picky.
Was the staring with or without an eclipse?
A regular Dale Carnagie. But it is Salina. They’ve been known to stare at the sun in Salina.
A truly stupid man with an anger problem.
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