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U.S. Secret Service agents paid a visit Wednesday afternoon to the home of a Danville woman who had allegedly threatened President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush, Danville police said. The woman, who lives in Shaker Point apartments, allegedly had sent a letter to the IRS in which she made threats against Bush and Obama, Assistant Police Chief Tony Gray said. "The Secret Service interviewed her but that's all," Gray said. "There was no arrest." Danville police were dispatched to the apartment to assist the Secret Service agents shortly after 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Originally posted by Zaphod58
reply to post by TheAmused
Saying bad things against the President won't get you a visit by the Secret Service. They don't care if you CRITICIZE him. It's when it goes from criticism to an actual threat that they take steps. As long as your posts don't say something about hurting/threatening anyone then it's fine to criticize.