The threats allegedly made by a New Britain teacher to state lawmakers were read in court Friday morning.

Timothy Kane, 26, of New Britain was charged with Harassment 2nd Degree in connection with an incident that occurred on March 10, 2009. He was arrested by State Capitol Police Department and charged with harassment after he allegedly sent a threatening email to two state legislators.

The email read, "You better hope myself and other Catholics don't find out where you live, cause there's hell to pay for your attack on the church. (expletive) off. God hates gay sex."

Kane is a seventh grade math teacher at Pulaski Middle School in New Britain.

He has been ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation, attend anger management classes and write a letter of apology to State Sen. Andrew McDonald and State Rep. Michael Lawlor. McDonald and Lawlor are chars of the Judiciary committee.


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