posted on Aug, 17 2020 @ 02:39 PM
The FBI and US Postal Service are reportedly investigating threatening letter sent to Jussie Smollett
The FBI is working with the US Postal Service to look into whether “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett was involved in the threatening letter sent to
him in January, sources told ABC News.
On January 22, a letter containing racist and homophobic threats and a white powder that was determined to be aspirin was addressed to Smollett at the
Chicago’s Cinespace Studios, where “Empire” is filmed.
I know, nobody wants to talk about this, it's old news. Sure the current candidate for VP likely orchestrated this farce, it's like fight club. We
don't talk about it. And soon, the memory hole will swallow it all. Google links will just vanish behind page after page of unrelated links.
when we ask, is it illegal to send threatening mail with white powder through the USPS, we aren't sure. Obviously, it's a grey area. So grey that
no charges have been filed. But I do have a legal question. Can the inaction of a crime be used as a defense against the same crime? We use past
court cases to help decide precedent in some instances. Does this qualify? And if so, can we all just go about sending threats, put some powder in
the envelope, and expect not to get into trouble? Or do we need to first be someone who gets special favors (perhaps for giving special
It shouldn't bother me, I don't plan to send any mail with white powder in it, but for some reason, as I reflect on justice and what that idiotic
word might mean, I suppose it just makes me sad to know that not only can there be two different tiers of justice, but that it can happen so
blatantly, so in your face, and sofaking smugly, that you not only have to take it, but you have to like it.
Where is uncle tomahawk when you need him. He was the only poster on this entire site who was correct on that front. If you recall those threads,
think on that.