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Waikiki man pleads guilty to making threats against federal judge

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

A Waikiki man faces a maximum penalty of six years in prison after admitting to making death threats against a federal judge.

Julius Hudson pleaded guilty Tuesday to making a phone call, threatening to kill and rape Judge Susan Oki Mollway.

Mollway sentenced Hudson to about two years in prison in 2002 for burglary.

Court documents said he left a long and graphic message on Mollway's phone messaging system. Part of the message said, "So (expletive) you Judge Mollway someone needs to blow your (expletive) brains out Judge Mollway, someone needs to walk in their and blow your (expletive) brains out while you're sitting there on the bench, (expletive)."

The message also included a rape threat against the judge.

The FBI said Hudson then identified himself by name, saying, "I just threatened a judge, my name is Julius Hudson."

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