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Posted: Friday, 17 January 2014 1:20PM

Verdict Returned In Skuljan Case

A Christian Circuit Court Jury found Zlatko Skuljan not guilty of Terroristic Threatening, but did find him guilty of Obstruction of Governmental Operations. The jury deliberated for 2 hours and 20 minutes before announcing the verdict around 12:40. Then following a short 15 minute deliberation, sentenced Skuljan to pay a 500 dollar fine, but declined to give him jail time. Circuit Judge Andrew Self ended the two day trial with a few words of wisdom regarding pushing boundaries.

Skuljan was charged with terroristic threatening after allegedly making threatening remarks during a emergency responder exercise last May at Hopkinsville Community College.

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