A Georgia gubernatorial candidate was arrested Wednesday for making threats against singer Elton John, the Atlanta-Journal Consitution reports.Peachtree Road condominium with a sign that reads "Elton John Must Die."
Neal Horsley was arrested in Carrollton, Georgia, according to local police.
John, who the paper calls a "part-time Atlantan," angered Horsley when he told Parade magazine that he thought Jesus was gay.
Horsley then penned the Internet diatribe on "Why Elton John Must Die," the paper said.
There is also a video posted on YouTube showing Horsley protesting outside John's
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Report: Georgia gubernatorial candidate Neal Horsley arrested for threats against Elton John