Has he gone too far?

Jim jwells@iadfw.net
Sat Jan 8 23:12:36 EST 2000


    If you receive packages or letters with an Alabama postmark
(voodoo-idiot's stompin' grounds), I wouldn't be too quick to open them.

   His words certainly suggest a threat that he might start trying to pick
some of the users of this list off with poison or whatever device his feeble
mind can understand.  It does NOT take a rocket scientist to do a great deal
of damage.

   How does one best go about reporting terroristic threats, anyways?  Does
anyone know?

Rgds...Jim
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-----Original Message-----
From: Silkcitycd@aol.com <Silkcitycd@aol.com>
To: BLUES-L@LISTSERV.BROWN.EDU <BLUES-L@LISTSERV.BROWN.EDU>
Date: Saturday, January 08, 2000 10:04 PM
Subject: Re: Has he gone too far?


>In a message dated 1/8/00 2:30:07 PM US Eastern Standard Time,
>fdabney@nmsu.edu writes:
>
><< I wonder if we'd have ground to send the feds after him on this? That
>might be a solution. >>
>
>Utilization of public telephone lines, either inter or intra state to
>threaten or harass is a Federal Crime, punishable by up to six (6) years in
>prison and not more than $6,000 in fines.  In order to intitiate
proceedings,
>simply file a criminal harassment charge with your local police, who will
in
>turn contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  If enough proof can be
>established, the local agency of the FBI will serve an arrest warrant, and
>the subject will be brought before a Federal Magistrate.
>
>This happens extremely quickly when the phone lines are concerned, and
given
>the speed with which TWO federal arrests were made within the last thirty
>days (Columbine threats), the Federal authorities are proceeding with
>particular vigor and merciless prosecution.
>
>Andy
>



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