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New Prague woman gets 15 years for threats to vice president, FBI agent

A judge on Monday sentenced Kim Rolene Hutterer to 15 years in prison. The Star Tribune says she gave a "rambling apology of sorts" in the courtroom, saying she just wanted an intimate relationship with someone in law enforcement. She is accused of threatening Vice President Joe Biden, a Minneapolis FBI agent and his family, and several other people.
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A judge on Monday sentenced Kim Rolene Hutterer to 15 years in prison. The Star Tribune says she gave a "rambling apology of sorts" in the courtroom, saying she just wanted an intimate relationship with someone in law enforcement. She is accused of threatening Vice President Joe Biden, a Minneapolis FBI agent and his family, and several other people.

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