Courts & Crime

May 28, 2010 1:08 PM

Bunning e-mail brings criminal charges for Philadelphia man

A Philadelphia man who was indicted by a federal grand jury for sending a harassing e-mail to U.S. Sen. Jim Bunning of Kentucky is expected to plead not guilty Friday to the charge. Bruce Shore, an unemployed sales representative, said he sent an angry e-mail to Bunning's office in February after Bunning single-handedly blocked a vote to extend unemployment benefits for several days.

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