JACKSON, Miss. — The man who plead guilty to sending poison-laced letters to President Obama and other political figures last week is in trouble again now.
James Everett Dutschke plead guilty to three fondling charges on Tuesday.
The charges stemmed from his old martial arts studio and investigators said he touched some former students there inappropriately.
Dutschke will now await his sentencing for both cases, and the prosecutors are asking for 20 years for this latest confession. He already is facing a plea agreement of 25 years in the ricin-letters case.