OLIVE BRANCH, Miss. (AP) - A 20-year-old Mississippi man
indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly threatening to kill
President Bush will remain in jail until he goes to trial in
Neal Allan Thomas of Olive Branch was arrested by the Secret
Service after being accused of using another person's MySpace
account without permission and posting messages threatening to blow
up a fire station and assassinate the president, according to an
A federal judge in Oxford denied a request from Thomas last week
to be released from jail pending trial. Thomas has been held in the
Lafayette County Detention Center since his arrest in September. He
has pleaded innocent to the charges.
Thomas is set to go to trial on Jan. 12.
Information from: DeSoto Times Today, http://www.desototimes.com