A man accused of threatening President Obama by firing a rifle at the White House in 2011 may plead guilty on Wednesday.
Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, an Idaho man, has a hearing scheduled, and attorneys say they expect the case to be resolved by a plea agreement.
From the Associated Press:
"One of Ortega-Hernandez's lawyers, Robert Feitel, confirmed earlier this week that he anticipated the case would be resolved by a plea.
"Ortega-Hernandez was scheduled to be tried later this month for the 2011 shooting. It didn't injure anyone but left more than five bullet marks on the executive mansion.
"Prosecutors say Ortega-Hernandez told acquaintances before the shooting that Obama was the Antichrist and 'the devil' and that he needed to kill him."