North Georgia Man James Satterfield allegedly threatens to eat judge’s children
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A north Georgia man has been arrested after authorities say he mailed a letter to the wife of a Cobb County Superior Court judge saying he would cook the couple's children and eat them.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (http://bit.ly/W1pPMw) reports 58-year-old James Edward Satterfield is accused of sending the threatening letter Dec. 20 to the home of Cobb County Superior Court Judge Reuben Green.
The newspaper reports the letter was addressed to Green's wife and instructed her to give a copy of it to police.
Satterfield was arrested Dec. 30 for making terroristic threats and is being held without bond. It is unclear whether he has a lawyer.