August 20, 2019
They got another one!
Just look at these cops.
They are fat and actually appear to be drooling retards.
By what authority do these mongoloids rule us? From where does their right to come to our homes and kidnap our children because they made jokes on the internet originate from?
A 15-year-old student was arrested in Central Florida after authorities said he made an online threat to shoot up his school.
The unnamed teenage boy, who attends Seabreeze High School in Daytona Beach, allegedly posted a comment on a video game chat platform last week using a fake name, vowing to bring his father’s M15 assault rifle to school and kill seven people “at a minimum,” according to a statement from the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office.
The comment was reported to the FBI, which contacted the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office. The teenager allegedly admitted to posting the comment but insisted it was just a joke.
“Joke or not, these types of comments are felonies under the law,” the sheriff’s office said in a statement Monday. “After the mass violence we’ve seen in Florida and across the country, law enforcement officers have a responsibility to investigate and charge those who choose to make these types of threatening statements.”
Body-camera footage released by the sheriff’s office shows the moment deputies arrived at the teen’s home on Friday morning and handcuffed him. His mother can be heard telling deputies that she does own a gun and understands threats cannot be taken lightly.
“But,” she says, “he’s just a little kid playing a video game.”
It’s actually probably not a felony or any other type of crime to make a vague threat.
Brandenburg v. Ohio makes it very clear that in order for a threat to be against the law, it has to be imminent and specific – meaning you have to say a time and a target.
They bleep something out in the video, which might be the name of the school. But they also say that it’s a Florida state law that specifically has to do with mass shootings, which is unconstitutional. States are not allowed to make laws infringing on the First Amendment.
To be clear, I am against violent threats, and don’t think people should make them at all. However, we live in a society that is supposed to be based on the rule of law, so if you start arresting people for things that are not actually crimes, you no longer have any kind of society, but just an anti-social tyranny.
This mass shooter hysteria is so obviously a part of a plot to normalize illegal arrests that it absolutely makes me question whether or not both El Paso and Dayton were not manufactured events. The fact that one was right-wing and one was left-wing actually fits into that particular conspiracy narrative, because the goal would be to rally everyone around gun control and illegal arrests, which is exactly the path they took by getting the Republicans to shill for all of this.
We are right in the middle of an absolute crisis. No one seems to be noticing. But allowing the police to just completely disregard the law and start arresting random people for posts on the internet is so absolutely insane that it is hard to even wrap your head around it.
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