Neal Horsley of the Creator’s Rights Party may be back in the running to become your next Governor after charges were dismissed against him in Fulton County Superior Court related to an incident in front of Elton John’s apartment building on Peachtree Street in Atlanta.
Charges against an anti-abortion activist who picketed outside Elton John’s Buckhead condominium with a sign that said “Elton John Must Die” were dismissed Monday morning.
Neal Horsley was charged with terroristic threats, criminal defamation and using the Internet to disseminate threats.
The judge said Monday that Horsley’s actions didn’t warrant criminal charges, WSB-TV reported.
Horsley, who has previously taken a mule as a lover and said he was willing to kill his own son, who is a Sergeant in the Army, if he were sent to Georgia to stop him from pushing the state towards secession, is quite ready to get back on the campaign trail, I’m sure.
Ray McBerry e-mails in to note, “At least I only sleep with humans!”