In the Woodburn bank bombing trial, the prosecution is trying to show Josh Turnidge would be a future threat. Jail Sergeant Megan Gonzalez testified Turnidge tried to send a postcard with a swastika written on the front over a picture of the jail; but that's not all. Above the Administration Office icon, he wrote “gas chamber” was written in pencil. Turnidge appealed and was told that if he removed the writing the card could be sent. He complied. When the jury decides his sentence, they'll consider whether he could be a future threat in determining whether he should face the death penalty, true life or life with the possibility of parole.