UPDATED: The Sheriff's Department says it took Mark Lovejoy M/W, 5/30/1950 into custody today.  "Lovejoy admitted to authoring the email but stated that he did not intend to send it.  He added that when authored the email when he was "pissed off".  He stated that when he closed his email out, he email sent out the email automatically.  He was apologetic again stating that he did not mean to send the email."

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We’ll see whether DA John Chisholm decides this is worthy of prosecution, but our latest example of tolerant, liberal compassion – a threatening obscene email to Sheriff David Clarke Jr. -- comes with a special dose of profound stupidity.

Let’s start with the fact that the author of this email sent it from an account under his own name. Second, it appears the writer has prior run-ins with the law, including pleading guilty to a 2008 charge of "Unlawful Phone Use-Threaten w/Conceal ID."

Third, he sent it to… a cop. (So, yeah, they know who sent it.)

BONUS: In case there’s any doubt about the political leanings of the alleged author, a man with the same name and address also signed the Walker recall petition on November 19, 2011.

**LANGUAGE WARNING**

From:        xxxxx 
To:        sheriff@milwcnty.com
Date:        03/04/2013 08:01 AM
Subject:        arrogant asshole

 You lousy Uncle Tom piece of shit. I wish to hell somebody would shoot 
you. And whats with that stupid hat? When people call you a dumb fucking 
nigger I don't disagree at all.

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As a result of this nastygram, the author now faces an investigation for:

947.0125  Unlawful use of computerized communication systems / Whoever does any of the following is guilty of a Class B misdemeanor: 

947.0125(2)(c) (c) With intent to frighten, intimidate, threaten or abuse another person, sends a message to the person on an electronic mail or other computerized communication system and in that message uses any obscene, lewd or profane languageor suggests any lewd or lascivious act. 

947.0125(2)(d) (d) With intent to frighten, intimidate, threaten or abuse another person, sends a message on an electronic mail or other computerized communication system with the reasonable expectation that the person will receive the message and in that message uses any obscene, lewd or profane language or suggests any lewd or lascivious act. 

So will Chisholm issue charges? Based on his past track record, I'm skeptical. But, then again, maybe now that the Doe is over, he'll have more time to pursue actual threats.