Authorities: Man threatened Bush's life in phone call

A man was arrested in Los Angeles after making a threat on President George W. Bush's life life last week during a phone conversation with a former girlfriend, who called police, authorities said. A bail hearing was scheduled Monday for Charles Madrid, a 50-year-old radio technician who allegedly threatened Bush's life. "Committing this murder is not a murder, it's making a difference for the people," court papers say the former girlfriend, Wanda O'Hickey-Way, quoted Madrid as saying. "I'm going to kill who needs to be killed." According to an affidavit, LAPD officers arrived at his home Tuesday, and one asked Madrid, "Do you want to kill the president?" "Yes," Madrid replied.