Guilty Of Threatening, Anti-Semitic Phone Calls To Eric Cantor
A Tennessee man pleaded guilty to making profanity-laced phone calls to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s office.
Glendon Swift entered the plea at a federal hearing Tuesday in Knoxville. Swift changed his plea to guilty in return for prosecutors recommending a 13-month sentence. Sentencing is set April 4…
An FBI affidavit shows the 64-year-old Swift left two messages at the Republican leader’s suburban Richmond office on Oct. 27, threatening to “destroy” the congressman and making derogatory references to Cantor being Jewish.Click here for reuse options!
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