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He told a judge he was pleading guilty because “well, ah, because I’m guilty.” He was convicted in . District Court in Baltimore of mailing threatening communications. A judge sentenced him to 60 days in prison and four years of probation.
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These guys had plenty to say, but when it came to actually writing a constitution, they were pretty damn lazy. In fact, 172 of the document’s 185 sections were directly plagiarized from the constitutions of other states like Ohio and Indiana.