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24 February 2006

Kitchener-Waterloo Record (Ontario)

KITCHENER — An angry taxpayer pleaded guilty to six weapons offences yesterday after alarming police by firing off a menacing e-mail to Premier Dalton McGuinty. Jack Carleton, 38, of Cambridge was given a suspended sentence and placed on probation for three years, with conditions to stay away from guns and get counselling for anger management. "This was a very unsettling event," Crown prosecutor Sharon Nicklas told Ontario Court in Kitchener. "It certainly wasn't... (

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