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Originally posted by gormly
again...this moron was threatening murder of a police officer and his family.
Originally posted by muzzleflash
therefore this will happen more and more, and people will revolt hard core
you can condemn anyone you want, but the reality is that 2 sides are forming into an all out war to the death
if your smart you will begin planning an escape route rather than wasting all your time condemning everyone or griping
No,.. what is sad is that someone would have these thoughts to begin with. If someone feels the need to disguise their thoughts of murder, then they need to see a specialist instead of posting on a website..
This guy did not voice an "opinion".
An OPINION is not "I am going to murder this police officer and his family", that is a threat.
Opinions are protected, threats are not.
You think that it is ok to announce a threat of murder as long as it is in the third person?
Like what "Someone should murder this pig and his family?"
That's ok to you?
certainly not..I could care less if hes a cop..A threat is a threat..I dont care if its popular or not to find addresses and whatnot..
Originally posted by GTORick
reply to post by Redpillblues
Why? It's a very popular idea to get the address of people who committ crimes. Look at all the protests in front of Drew Peterson's house, Casey Anthony and the signs people place near a sex offenders residence. In fact, for sex offenders the state just gives you their address. Again, all of theses people have family. Are we going to treat this different because he is a LEO?
Originally posted by Redpillblues
same way if any one posted ''hey were can I find an underage child to rape'' and then someone posted an address..
Originally posted by gormly
You know what bothers me?
ALL OF YOU
"If I find out who the pig is then I will kill the pig who killed him," Weaver wrote on Jan. 5, according to the complaint.
A short time later, the address of one of the police officers involved in the shooting was posted to the Web site.
"Thanks for the address," the next post read. "Now that I know who he is and where he is it's only a matter of time." The complaint quoted Weaver as saying he planned to kill the officer's wife and child before killing him.
THE ADDRESS OF THE POLICE OFFICER INVOLVED WAS POSTED TO THE SAME THREAD AND THE OFFICERS FAMILY WAS THREATENED
This wasn't a "F-- the pigs" comment, it was a threat of murder. This was no longer a free speech issue, what is wrong with you people?
he went way over the line.
Originally posted by HunkaHunka
They forget that even though we have a right to free speech, threats of bodily harm are AGAINST THE LAW.... even on-line....
But to make a death threat on a particular police officer? How stupid and illegal can you be? And y'all expect him to be free to do so?
Wow.... buncha feces throwing monkeys in my opinion...
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