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Grand jury fails to indict facebook "terror" suspect, Cameron D'Ambrosio.

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posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 03:49 AM
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Teen Arrested for Posting Rap Lyrics on Facebook, But Grand Jury Refuses to Indict.


Grand juries are famously accused of a propensity to indict a ham sandwich if a slick D.A. tells them to, but a Massachusetts grand jury has wisely declined to indict Cameron D'Ambrosio, a teen arrested for posting rap lyrics on Facebook that were thought by cops to constitute a "terroristic threat."

This so called "terrorist" was charged with making "terroristic" threats, threats to make a bomb or hijack a vehicle.

He was deemed to be so incredibly dangerous by the Essex County judicial system, that the judge actually denied bail...

Apparently law enforcement has lost the ability to differentiate between a real threat and a harmless idiot.

What they should have charged him with is noise pollution:





posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 04:08 AM
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"You know I'm straight...no Im not gay"

Sounds like a closet homosexual with a complex if I ever seen one.




posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 04:42 AM
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Grand jury [color=7BFF61]fails to indict facebook "terror" suspect, Cameron D'Ambrosio.,

What's the purpose behind the usage of the word 'fail'?
It's not in the title of the article, so........


In order to fail at something, don't you have to first try to do it?



posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 06:23 AM
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This is more concerning than people realize.
Arrested for posting something creative or artistic? So how does this compare to someone posting a YouTube video? If any one of us posted a video where someone is talking about a revolution, doesn't that make us a "threat" too?

Here comes more that wedge. First it's anyone making a direct threat, which we can kind of accept as being worthy of at least investigation, and now it's progressed to anything that can be translated as being a threat.

Post an image, a piece of fiction, a YouTube video or an opinion, and you can also be considered a "threat" as and when some retard in authority wants to.

Slippery slope indeed.



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