Baldwin Inmate Charged With Threatening Obama | News
A Baldwin State Prison inmate is accused of writing a letter and making phone calls threatening of President Obama and various other public figures.
Richard Ware is accused of also threatening Hillary and Bill Clinton, their daughter Chelsea, First Lady Michelle Obama, the Obamas' two daughters and former President George Bush -- apparently, he did not specify which one.
A Nov. 15 indictment in U.S. District Court in Macon says Ware wrote the threatening letter in November 2011.
According to the indictment, The letter said, "When enough money is made, we will use it to create a fighting force that I will use to destroy his presidentcy (sic) from the inside out then I will murder Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, George Bush, and Barock (sic) Obama & his wife then take hostage and molest his two little girls daily..."
In March 2012, Ware also left 10 messages on Baldwin State Prison's rape-elimination hotline threatening to kill the president.
The U.S. attorney's office says no arraignment has been set.
Ware is not listed on the Georgia State Department of Corrections' inmate database, and the U.S. Attorney's office had no information on why he was incarcerated at Baldwin State.