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Post-Boston: Now You Have to Prove You’re Not a Terrorist

by Kurt Nimmo, Infowars:

In a Christian Science Monitor article covering the case of Cameron D’Ambrosio – the teenager who supposedly made terroristic threats on his Facebook page – a New York cop is quoted as saying government needs to implement a zero tolerance approach to online speech after the Boston bombing.

“If you’re not a terrorist, if you’re not a threat, prove it,” he said. “This is the price you pay to live in free society right now. It’s just the way it is.”

“[Expletive] a boston boming wait till u see the [expletive] I do, I’ma be famous rapping, and beat every murder charge that comes across me!” D’Ambrosio had rapped.

The 18 year old high school student faces 20 years in prison and is currently held on a $1 million bail pending trial. Police admit D’Ambrosio’s “threats” were not made against a specific person.

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3 comments to Post-Boston: Now You Have to Prove You’re Not a Terrorist

  • Marty

    If you have to prove you’re not a terrorist, it’s not a free country. Besides, you’re more likely to die of a bee sting, than a terrorist attack. Get a grip copper.

  • prestodo

    The great thing about articles on infowhores from Kurt Nimmo is that they are so easy to pick apart at being fallacious. I’ve included some examples of this below.

    “D’Ambrosio was turned in as a result of a ‘see something, say something’ snitch program. The Department of Homeland Security initiated the stool pigeon campaign.” Really?? So, Kurt what you’re saying is that the actual campaign and not simply a concerned citizen is what caught the culprit??? Let’s examine this idea a little further.
    “’Once again we have to commend the Methuen High School Student who came forward, we always say, if you see something, say something, and that’s what this student did,’ said Methuen Police Chief Joe Solomon after the arrest. ‘We also want to commend the school safety officers and the administration for bringing this to our attention immediately. Threats of this kind of violence is unacceptable and will not be tolerated, not in Methuen they won’t.'” So, the police chief admitted that the student did NOT turn in his class mate as a result of the see something say something campaign. It’s funny how the truth comes out when you actually look at what people say instead of glossing over the text.

    “Obviously, the teenager’s alleged threat does not fall under the ‘incitement to imminent lawless action’ standard followed by U.S. courts and does not constitute a true threat.” Well Kurt, I guess that’s how you obviously interpret the law, but I’m sure there are attorneys that would disagree.

    “After Boston, however, this standard is no longer in effect, as Sgt. Ed Mullins insisted when he said the new standard is that a defendant must demonstrate he or she is not a threat instead of the government proving in court that an individual is a threat to other individuals or society.” Well, I’m so glad that Sgt. Ed Mullins happens to be a legal expert in this area, since, as we all know, police officers have so much authority on how law is interpreted in the judicial system, right Kurt!??

    Anyway, infowars is notorious for skewing the facts and using deception throughout their articles. But I guess that’s what it takes if you want to sell heavy metals in a kool-aid type drink and food that contains MSG!!

    • misterkel

      Worst critical review I’ve ever read. Makes no sense. Makes me like Nimno (or whatever his name is), even though I’ve never heard of him before.
      Your attack – or whatever it was – totally ignored the fundamental point without refuting any real evidence. Talk about nitpicky, irrelevant noise. you win the prize!!

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