Discussion in 'Politics' started by Lovebears65, Oct 15, 2012.
Anti-DEA rants on Facebook spark criminal prosecution | Politics and Law - CNET News
I don't see a conviction happening from what they said in the article, but I'm sure they are not aware of or didn't include all the facts. If you can go to jail for no more than they published, there would be a butt load of muslims in there with him.
The story states he was making threats. Threats are NOT protected speech.
How vauge/credible the threats were, that's for a jury of his peers to decide.
But this case should move forward. IMO.
I need to see all the post in full context to really comment further.
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