In April, Edward Falvey, 51, wrote a prison psychologist, saying he wished to "shoot a very famous person. ... My life is dull and boring. I need to spice it up."
Last week he pleaded guilty to a charge of threatening to kill an immediate family member of a former U.S. president.
Falvey has not yet been sentenced for his crime but he faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 for the violation of federal law.
In his letter, Falvey reported threatened President Bill Clinton and federal judges, in addition to threatening to kill the former First Lady and current Senator from New York.
Falvey is serving a 30-month sentence in a New Jersey prison on bank robbery charges and before this plea was scheduled for release in June.
This wasn’t the first time that Falvey threatened to kill a politician. In 1977 he was convicted of threatening to kill then President Jimmy Carter.
It does appear that making the threat has
helped him reach his goal of “spicing up” his life. Soon after he was visited
by Secret Service agents, investigating the threatening letter, he wrote
another letter to the psychologist and said in part, "This is all starting
to get exciting. ... I feel like a movie star."