By Isabella Nikolic For Mailonline. A former Army Lance Corporal who sent an email to Alastair Campbell threatening to shoot him in the back of the head has avoided jail today. Lee Gould, 47, of Rochester, Kent, emailed Tony Blair 's former spin doctor last 25 April to say: 'I find it absolutely staggering that someone like you is able to mince around without serious harm to yourself or your family. Lee Gould pictured , 47, of Rochester, Kent, emailed Tony Blair's former spin doctor last 25 April to say: 'I find it absolutely staggering that someone like you is able to mince around without serious harm to yourself or your family. Prosecutor Fabio Vitiello said: 'Mr Campbell said he is a man used to being sent abusive messages, but the personal nature of Mr Gould's message stuck out to him. Gould sent the email during a mental health crisis related to his housing situation, Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court heard.
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Lee County Circuit Judge Jacob Walker granted a defense request to delay the trial that had been set for October, saying he was doing so because of the number of documents involved in the high-profile case. Prosecutors and defense lawyers on Monday traded accusations during an acrimonious hearing in the corruption case against the Auburn Republican. The proceeding included a video clip featuring nudity, discussions of Hubbard's challenging the constitutionality of the ethics law he once championed, and a judge agreeing to hold a hearing on defense claims that prosecutorial misconduct tainted the case. Defense lawyers asked for a trial delay from October saying that prosecutors, in turning over case materials, gave them a "data dump" of 2. They said the files included irrelevant material and played a video that showed the bare backsides of two women dancing to highlight their argument. The video was attached to an email that had been subpoenaed by the attorney general's office. Defense lawyers would not say who sent the email.
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Ben Roethlisberger started for the Steelers, completing four of six passes for 67 yards. Dennis Dixon got his most extensive action with the first team, completing nine of 16 passes for 94 yards with two interceptions. Rookie Jonathan Dwyer saw action in the second half, carrying the ball 13 times for 89 yards and a touchdown. Denver hurt the Steelers when they returned two interceptions for touchdowns, and the black and gold hurt themselves with penalties. The Broncos started the game off with good field position at their own yard line after Dan Sepulveda's opening kickoff went out of bounds.
Now, he can get ready to make his case for a shortened suspension, too. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello confirmed during Denver's win over Pittsburgh on Sunday night that commissioner Roger Goodell and the Steelers quarterback will meet soon, but he declined to say when or where the meeting would take place. Roethlisberger was suspended for six games after being accused of sexually assaulting a Georgia college student in March.