Friday, December 13, 2013

IR: Gay activist who threatened State Rep. Ives wants charges dropped

Via IR,
Gay marriage activist Stephen Bona says the messages he left on State Rep. Jeanne Ives' (photo right) voice mail this past March weren't really threats, and believes the charges against him should be dropped. The first voice mail Ives reported to Wheaton Police said:
Your Tea Party brethren Sarah Palin put up a map that included the names, locations, and faces of Democratic candidates and put them in the cross hairs of a gun...perhaps we should do the same for you. We know where you live. There's no longer a ban on assault weapons. Think about that before you speak next time, (expletive).

Bona doesn't say he's sorry.  He doesn't express remorse.  He just wants us to think he didn't mean what he said.  Can't do the time Bona, don't do the crime. He ought to get the book tossed at him.

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