A Connecticut man has been sentenced to five years probation by a federal judge for mailing death threats to the leader of a pro-family group in that state.
Homosexual activist Daniel Sarno plead guilty last August to two counts of mailing threatening communications to Peter Wolfgang, executive director of the Family Institute of Connecticut.
Sarno admitted sending Wolfgang a continuing series of hate mail involving over 300 letters. One said: “I sure hope somebody blows you away. Yer dead.”
Another read: “No mercy for homophobes. I suggest you make your funeral arrangements real soon. Are ‘family values’ worth dying for?”
Sarno made clear in his letters he was sending the death threats because of the group’s support for the preservation of the institution of marriage as the union of a man and a woman.