The Hill reports:
A Houston woman has been sentenced to three years in prison for threatening a Florida judge overseeing the criminal case against former President Trump for his handling of classified documents. The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that Tiffani Gish, 50, was sentenced Friday for “using interstate communications” to threaten U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon.
The Texas woman left three threatening voicemails on the chamber’s telephone for Cannon. The DOJ said she claimed to be a member of military combat units, trained and “familiar with weapons of war.” Gish said the judge would “get a bullet in the head.”
In two other voicemails, she “reiterated the same threat” and “used expletives” to add that she ordered snipers and a bomb threat to Cannon’s house, the DOJ said.
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