'Vampire leader' jailed in Indiana
An Indiana man who calls himself a vampire leader was jailed for threatening a judge, according to reports:
Prosecutors said Rocky Flash pleaded guilty to one count of intimidation, a class D felony, for threatening Judge David Certo and his family.
Prosecutors said Flash claims to be the leader of Vampyer Nation (VN) and stated that he will beat, torture, impale, dismember and decapitate Judge Certo.
Read the full story on the WISH-TV web site.
Washington Post Editors
December 17, 2009; 7:51 AM ET
Categories: Around the Nation , Offbeat
Save & Share: Previous: Reporter's query: District carjackings
Next: Photos of Pr. George's state's attorneys unveiled
The comments to this entry are closed.