Former inmate says government owes him money
FARGO (AP) -- A Fargo man convicted of telling a fellow inmate he wanted to kill former President Bush says the government owes him money for keeping him in prison beyond his scheduled release date.
Daniel Cvijanovich was sentenced in 2007 on one felony count of threats against the president. He was released after serving 19 months in prison and four months in a halfway house.
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