An Oneida County judge has bound a man over for trial on charges he made terroristic threats.  Witnesses say hospice workers treating Kenneth Welsh’s wife knew about his history, so they took his threats seriously.  He had fired a gun at his wife in 2016, threatening to blow up their house and then holding authorities at bay in a three-hour standoff.  One hospice worker says Welsh threatened to “wreak havoc” on everyone if an appeal to continue his wife’s care didn’t go her way.  The hospital went on lockdown.  His attorney says the hospital workers over-reacted, arguing if they were afraid, they wouldn’t have waited so long to call the police.