White House shooter may plead guilty
September 19 , 2013
A man suspected to have threatened President Obama and leaving over five bullet marks on the White House in 2011 has a scheduled hearing at a federal court in Washington where he may plead guilty on Wednesday.
According to Ortega-Hernandez's lawyers, a plea agreement is expected to resolve the case.
Prosecutors mentioned that Hernandez had told acquaintances before the shooting that he needed to kill Obama, who was the Antichrist and "the devil".
The shooting didn't injure anyone.