Man accused of threatening Obama appears in Seattle court

SEATTLE - A Seattle-area man appeared in federal court on Wednesday on charges of threatening to assassinate US President Barack Obama in a taunting email to the FBI and assaulting a federal agent sent to arrest him.
Caluori, 31, was arrested at his apartment south of Seattle on Tuesday after the FBI notified the Secret Service about the alleged threat. He had five guns, including two assault rifles, when arrested, according to the criminal complaint against him.
"I will kill the president!" Caluori wrote in a profanity-laden email, according to the complaint. "Come get me."
"You have 7 days ... Get me to Alcatraz now," he wrote, referring to the now-closed island prison in the San Francisco Bay. "You can't afford to call my bluff.".