OXFORD, Miss. – A federal judge has agree to delay sentencing of the man who mailed poison laced letters to the President, a U.S. Senator from Mississippi and a Lee County judge. J. Everett Dutschke pleaded guilty in January and could go jail for 25 years.
In a motion filed last week, his attorney asked for more time to review and research a pre-sentencing report in the case. The judge Tuesday signed an order giving him two more weeks. Dutschke is currently in federal custody until he is sentenced.