Pa. ex-con in castration case arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot judge

A transgender woman who spent time behind bars for a botched castration that led to the death of her sixth husband was arrested this week after she allegedly threatened to shoot a Westmoreland County, Pa., judge, according to news reports and police.

Tammy L. Felbaum, 58, of Seward, in southwestern Pennsylvania, entered the Westmoreland County Courthouse on Monday morning, placed her purse on the baggage X-ray equipment, then made comments that “she had guns and an Uzi and a rocket launcher in her purse,” County Park Police Chief Kirk Nolan said Wednesday.

Tammy Felbaum, charged with terroristic threats and disorderly conduct, after allegedly threatening to shoot a Westmoreland County judge on Monday, Feb. 6, 2017. As she walked through the scanner, she told another officer, “I came here to shoot a judge,” Nolan said. Read more

This is the book of the generations of Adam. In the day when God created man, He made him in the likeness of God. He created them male and female, and He blessed them and named them Adam in the day when they were created (Genesis 5:1). But I did find this: God created people to be virtuous, but they have each turned to follow their own downward path (Ecclesiastes 7:29).”

When man chooses a way that is outside of God’s design there is nothing treacherous that is out of their reach.

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