I suppose we'll find out after David Tuason starts serving the three years and 10 months in prison he received for sending hateful letters to prominent citizens.
David Tuason apologized for his behavior in federal court Tuesday, saying he never meant to hurt anybody. He said he sent the threatening letters because a black man "stole" the girlfriend he planned to marry.As LB said, "Dude, get a life." (And I also agree that Ana Ivanovic is an entirely different ballgame as well.) Some of the celebs that Tuason sent letters to include the aforementioned Derek Jeter and Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
Tuason had faced up to 10 years in prison. He pleaded guilty in May to six counts of mailing threatening communications and two counts of threatening interstate communications.
So to recap: this creepy guy got spurned and he immediately decided to anger as many public figures in as an aggressive a manner as he could possibly pull off. Because, after all, our country isn't sensitive to racism at all. So this should end up working out really well for him in the long run.