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Best Answer Daniel Robbins says
Wish I could answer that last question. Maybe I missed something, but I thought freedom of speech applied to disagreement over government decisions. A threat is a threat; not an expression. There should be no gray area. e.g. bounty in Florida.
Respectfully, you stand in an airport and holler "I'm blowing up a plane " and you will find out where the law begins.
The law on that holds that speech inciting imminent lawless action, which means meant and likely to cause immediate riot or other clear and present violence, is an exception to the general rule of freedom of speech. That is where the law begins.
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This is not history. This is today. I don't want my safety hinged on when he may becomes irrelevant. This man headed the Million Man March, which tells me he will be relevant long enough to cause a lot of damage. He should be stopped; legally.