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]