A Canadian man has been charged for allegedly threatening to kill President Bush via e-mail.

CBC News reported Friday that 29-year-old Darren Lovelock of Kingston, Ontario, was charged Thursday with threats against an internationally protected person.

White House staff reported receiving the disturbing e-mails beginning in October 2005 — one of which mentioned using a bomb to kill Bush, according to CBC News.

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The report said Kingston police got involved in the case after the White House reported more threatening e-mails in the summer of 2007. Lovelock was arrested Nov. 2.