Man accused of threatening Obama, Mall of America pleads not guilty

The Colorado man accused of threatening to kill President Obama and blow up the Mall of America pleased not guilty Tuesday. Timothy Gutierrez, 20, will be held without bond until the case is resolved, according to the Associated Press. Best of luck to you, sir. You are clearly being used as a national example, so don't expect to get off easy for your knee-slapping joke email.

Gutierrez is charged with sending e-mail threats to the FBI. The first email targeted Obama and the second threatened damage with explosives at MOA. He continues to say the emails were a prank after turning himself in Jan. 29.