Man accused of Youtube threat involving parking ticket

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A man faces charges for threatening a city of Chicago hearing officer in a video he posted on Youtube.

Michael Dixon apparently didn’t like the outcome, after contesting a $50 parking ticket.

He’s accused of posting a video urging viewers to blow up a city building, put explosives on the hearing officer`s car and attack other officers. Dixon allegedly mailed the hearing officer a letter directing him to the video.

Dixon’s bond was set at $150,000.

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1 Comment

  • Brian Millersmith

    Unfortunately, unless the city lightens up on fines, fees and other bull$h!t, I see more of this happening. However – it may get to "no warnings given." Politician and city official should take heed.
    I don't condone this, but there are many crazy idiots in this city…

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