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Man in prison allegedly sent victim hate mail

Man who's serving a five- to seven-year prison sentence for beating and threatening to kill a woman in June 2010 is accused of sending threatening letters to her and her sister

By Andrew Amelinckx
The Berkshire Eagle

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A Monterey man who's serving a five- to seven-year prison sentence for beating and threatening to kill a woman in June 2010 is accused of sending threatening letters to her and her sister.

Gerald V. Field appeared on Wednesday in Berkshire Sup erior Court and pleaded not guilty to two counts of witness intimidation for allegedly sending anonymous anti-Semitic hate mail to the two women.

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