Lexington Woman Sentenced To Prison For Threatening Sen. McConnell

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 7/27/2012 8:56 pm
A Lexington woman will do jail time after threatening to kill Senator Mitch McConnell.

Susan Mary Collins received a 30-month federal sentence Thursday for mailing a threatening letter.

The Attorney General's Office says she admitted to sending the Senator a letter telling him she would kill him.

Collins will have to serve at least 85% of her sentence before she's eligible for parole.
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