Feds Say Man E-mailed Biden ‘I’m Going to Kill You!’ – Threat Level

A Minnesota man accused of hacking into his neighbor’s computer and sending a threatening e-mail to Vice President Joe Biden has turned down a two-year plea deal and is negotiating for less, the defendant’s attorney said Monday.

Barry Ardolf, a Minnesota computer technician, is accused of unlawfully accessing his neighbor’s computer last year and sending an e-mail under the neighbor’s identity to the vice president, saying “I swear to God I’m going to kill you!”

The 45-year-old of Blaine, Minnesota, among other things also wrote in the e-mail: “This is a terrorist threat! Take this seriously,” according to the June 7 federal charges.