SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) - A purported practical joke on a colleague that threatened a plane hijacking and the assassination of President Barack Obama has landed a Utah man in trouble with federal authorities. Federal prosecutors say Jeremiah Hill placed a letter or note containing the threats inside a colleague's travel case while both were working at Hill Air Force Base, just north of Salt Lake City, last August.
SALT LAKE CITY — Authorities have arrested a man who allegedly told bank tellers while cleaning out his savings account in Utah that he was on a mission to kill President Barack Obama, a federal prosecutor Saturday. Assistant U.S. A... Read Post
A Utah man, Jeremiah Hill, is facing some trouble after playing a joke on a colleague with a note saying to hijack the plane and kill President Obama. Unsurprisingly, federal authorities are all over it. Read Post