A Tulsa man accused of shooting a process server and threatening a mass shooting at the University of Tulsa takes matters into his own hands.
Christopher Barnett didn't show up in court on Monday but submitted a handwritten motion once again asking for bond.
Barnett was arrested back in July after he shot a process server in the elbow and then days later, he was also charged with threatening an act of violence, for an online website that detailed threats to TU.
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Barnett has asked for bond several times. After losing his attorneys at his last hearing, the judge assigned him a public defender and asked Barnett to please listen to their advice and let them handle his case.
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Instead, Barnett filed a motion from jail on his own behalf detailing the reasons he should be given bond. He says in the motion he has no criminal history and is not a threat to the community.
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