Guy gets up to 4 years in prison for danger to eliminate Heller

Monday, Feb. 26, 2018|2:46 p.m.

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Richard Brent Holley at first was charged in August with extortion, theft and intimidating a public officer however pleaded guilty to a lone extortion count as part of a plea offer.

U.S. District Judge Douglas Smith sentenced him on Monday to 19 to 48 months behind bars.

District attorneys say Holley left a note in July threatening to eliminate Heller since of his vote to rescind the Affordable Care Act. He was apprehended after police tracked his handwriting on a 2004 authorities report and member of the family determined him on security video.

Holley’s attorney stated he suffers from health issue and also cared in your home for his other half with severe ailments.

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