Death threats

Anonymous threats have been made against the Public Theater's director as well as other Shakespeare companies across the country.
"Did you NOT expect this? When you take away ordinary peoples very lives in order to pay off the wealthiest among us, your own lives are forfeit."
Joseph D. Amico, of Las Vegas, allegedly made a series of threatening phone calls to the lawyers in late April.
It's understandable that fans are frustrated by this lost season—but one fan took things a bit too far by making threats at the world's #1 Eagles aficionado James Dolan on Twitter.
Nearly 10 months since ultra-Orthodox Jewish counselor Nechemya Weberman was convicted of sexual abuse, his victims are still being harassed and receiving death threats.
For the second time this year, Twitter has been compelled to hand over information about one of its users to the NYPD.
“It’s not like I meant anything of it. Who takes anything like that seriously? I’m in Florida, what am I going to do?” Obviously he doesn't know just how seriously the NYPD takes internet commenters.
NYPD detectives trying to track down the Gothamist commenter who called for threatened Ray Kelly found him in Central Casting, where the alleged troll was found residing with his dear mother.
Just a friendly reminder that police officers are carefully monitoring your comments on the Internets, so you should probably refrain from threatening to kill anybody.
"[Metallica's fans] are threatening to shoot me, and that's only because I showed up. They haven't even heard the record yet, and they're recommending various forms of torture and death," Reed said.
Ratdemic? It turns out the locals aren't taking too kindly to
Brooklyn-born Scott Baio (he's from Dyker Heights, to be exact) is
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