Man charged with threatening Big 2.5 auto execs
That's right, Hufford gave Rick Wagoner, Alan Mulally and Tom LaSorda six days to improve the state of the auto industry. Talk about working under a deadline. Hufford's message indicated he was specifically upset about the auto industry and the union (UAW), though he is apparently not employed by any of the automakers.
Today Hufford was arraigned on a two-count telecommunications misdemeanor warrant and then released on a personal bond. If convicted, he could spend six months in jail and pay a $1,000 fine.
[Source: The Detroit News]
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