OXFORD, Miss. -- The North Mississippi man accused of threatening a Columbine style attack on his old high school says he is not guilty.
Joshua Pillault entered his plea in court today. He was indicted this past October on two federal counts accusing him of making those threats over the internet; and telling others he would carry out his plan on this year’s anniversary of the 1999 tragedy that left students and teachers dead. Pillault did undergo a mental exam, but the results are sealed. He is now set to stand trial February 25.