Steven Kennedy, 29, shown in a court hearing in July, has pleaded guilty to harassment for sending an email with an image of the Batman villain the Joker to a University of Kentucky administrator. Kennedy originally was charged with terroristic threatening, a felony.  Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Steven Kennedy, 29, shown in a court hearing in July, has pleaded guilty to harassment for sending an email with an image of the Batman villain the Joker to a University of Kentucky administrator. Kennedy originally was charged with terroristic threatening, a felony. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Steven Kennedy, 29, shown in a court hearing in July, has pleaded guilty to harassment for sending an email with an image of the Batman villain the Joker to a University of Kentucky administrator. Kennedy originally was charged with terroristic threatening, a felony. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

Ex-University of Kentucky student pleads guilty in case involving Batman villain

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