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Posted: Wednesday, 15 January 2014 4:40PM

Skuljan's Lawyer Questions Legality Of Case




The man accused of making threats at Hopkinsville Comminuty College in May 2012 will go to trial Thursday. Zlatko Skuljan was in court for a final hearing Wednesday afternoon, where Christian Circuit Judge Andrew Self ruled on several motions from Skuljan's attorney Ken Haggard. Haggard and Commonwealth's Attorney Lynn Pryor argued about who Skuljan allegedly threatened.


   
The trial is set to start 9:00am Thursday morning with jury selection. Skuljan is charged with obstructing governmental operations and terroristic threatening. The charges stem from comments made during an active shooter training by law enforcement in Christian County at the college's campus.

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