Oklahoma City attorney accused of attempted extortion and threatening violence
Oklahoma City attorney Lewis B. Moon was accused in a felony charge Monday of threatening to have another attorney killed unless that man paid Moon’s client $1,500.
An Oklahoma City attorney was charged Monday with assault, attempted extortion and threatening violence, just one month after the Oklahoma Supreme Court warned him to stay out of trouble.
Lewis B. Moon, 46, is accused of threatening another attorney, saying he would have both the attorney and the attorney’s “pretty daughter” raped and killed.
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