A lawyer for the man who gained Internet fame as "Kai the Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker" pleaded not guilty Monday to a murder charge on his behalf.
Kits: His speech was the sanest thing I have heard come from the Capital in a very very long time. I am an Independent that was raised Democrat. I often disagree with his stance on issues, but I have deep respect for the man. To come out of 7 years as a POW, survive torture, and go on to serve his state and country with a backbone (a lot of the time at least).