Apr 1, 2016 9:17 PM
MANCHESTER - Michael Gill, the owner of Mortgage Specialists in Manchester who is known for displaying controversial comments on his outdoor billboards, was released from jail Friday.
Gill spent ten days behind bars after a judge found him in contempt of court during a divorce hearing on March 24.
Friday, he aired his grievances on the airwaves during his radio talk show "State of Corruption," claiming the judge in his case refused to accept evidence of text messages that allegedly threatened the safety of his children.
During the broadcast a tearful Gill also spoke out at times about his jail experience, weaving his comments around his personal charges against politicians and other public figures that are prominently displayed on his electronic signs.
"What am I saying that deserves attack?" he asks. Elsewhere in his broadcast, he said, 'For ten days I had to keep trying to outthink them."
Gill announced he was running for governor in February 2016.
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