Alleged terroristic threat may land U. of Houston professor in jail
- University of Houston at Clear Lake computer science professor Lei Wu was charged with making a terroristic threat over tenure.
- In an April 8 conversation taped by a female co-worker, who reportedly "had issues" with Wu in the past, Wu said he wanted academic tenure before allegedly threatening the co-worker and the tenure board, saying that "it will be bad for either" and "both will be blood" if he didn't get tenure.
- Wu is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday in Harris County court, and the Class A misdemeanor could result in up to a year in jail, a $4,000 fine or both.
From the article:
A computer science professor at the University of Houston Clear Lake who allegedly threatened another faculty member over getting tenure has been charged with making a terroristic threat.
Lei Wu, 40, was arrested April 10 and was released the same day after posting $500 bond. ...
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