" where's an assassin when you need one?"
" if i get ahold of Obama, I would Kill him"
what do these statements have in common?... neither are indictable threats.
there are supreme court cases on this stuff already people...
hell..... wanting ,wishing, or hoping someone else would kill the President is not punishable under federal statute (United States v. Daulong)... it is, in practical terms, protected speech.
those whom want this woman killed, jailed, or somehow punished... are wrong.....
she has not broken any laws... nothing she has said is indictable under federal statute.
what should happen to her?.... not a goddamn thing.
The truth is
SS can stop most amateurs. and some pros who are worried about being caught. what they cannot stop is some amateurs who are willing to die and even less stoppable is a well trained professional who doesn't care being caught
Man arrested after allegedly threatening to kill George W. Bush - CNN.com
Secret Service: Pittsford man Benjamin Smith arrested after threatening President Bush over daughter
Both of these came after Bush's presidency ended.
This one didn't:
Pacoima man held in alleged threat on Bush - Los Angeles Times
Wiki has several other instances that were investigated, but no arrests were made. An arrest is usually not made without an overt, at least semi-credible threat.
Freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism.
I'll bet anything that this just dies out and goes away and we don't hear anything else about it after a couple of days until the NEXT news article of interest pops up!