Jailed for making death threats, again

Jailed for making death threats, again

Quebec City (Quebec) September 05, 2014 Back in 2011 Robert Mitchell, 54 had sent an e-mail to a journalist which was interpreted as a death threat for Jean Charest (Quebec Premier at the time). Part of the threat called Charest a “Tyrant in charge”. He was arrested and appeared in court, did 5 months of probation time, and was still under surveillance up until this week when he once again made threats to some employees of a deputy’s office on the south shore. M. Mitchell was also examined for any psychological troubles he may have had.

He is back behind bars for the latest menacing words made to the workers of an elected representative’s office and will remain there until his process is finalized. M. Mitchell, who is defending himself as he did in his last case concerning M. Charest, claims that the charges against him are all part of a conspiracy against him.

He doesn’t show any partisan tendencies as he has also made threats to the members of Bernard St. Arnaud’s office who is a deputy for the Parti Québécois.

Back in 2005 Mitchell was accused of making death threats to his own mother. He will remain behind bars pending his court case for, making threats, harassment, and breaking probation.

Life in Québec staff writer

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