Sunday, December 20, 2009

Vampire Leader Sentenced For Threatening Judge

A man claiming to be a vampire leader was sentenced to over two years in jail for threatening a Marion County judge. 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.
Rocky Flash
According to probable cause documents, Flash sent an email from a library threatening the judge. A library worker monitoring computer usage found documents linking Flash to the threat. Flash was sentenced to 884 days in jail. Flash is also not to have any other contact with Judge Certo and his family.