The Tallahassee O Does Not Condone Or Support Any “True Threats” Against Police Officers Or Anyone. We Are A Peaceful Website For Exposing Public Corruption, Injustices And Personal Opinions For Government Officials To Do Better By Many People!
Public Criticisms Of Police Officers And Publishing Their Personally-identifying Information For Their Work In The Public Eye Is Always Protected As Free Speech Under The First Amendment. However, There Have Also Been Some Interesting Free Speech Cases Handled In Federal Court Under The First Amendment In America That Protected What Appears To Have Been Threats. See This Surprising Case Decision At The Link Below:
It Will Be Interesting To See The Outcome Of The Case Below Due To Sometimes “Conflicting Opinions” In The Courts By Various Judges In Relation To Threat Related Types Of Speech. Often Times, The Higher Courts Will Strike Down Such False Arrests That Are Unconstitutional For Not Being Properly Applied To The Law. The Lower Courts Of Kangaroo Courts Are Often Good Ol’ Boy Networks That Follow The Law Very Loosely Because Of Personal And Political Bias And Connections To The Officers Or Government Officials.
News Release: Associated Press News
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — A man from St. Petersburg is accused of threatening the life of a Pinellas Park police officer on Facebook.
The Tampa Bay Times (http://bit.ly/1oMQxZd) reports 35-year-old Bruce Allen Santee wrote on Facebook about a traffic stop in Pinellas Park around 2 a.m. on Monday.
Police say Santee identified the officer by name on Facebook and offered $100 to anyone who would kill him.
According to police, Santee was a front seat passenger in a vehicle driven by a woman who failed to yield at a stop sign. She was pulled over.
Santee was arrested Monday afternoon. He’s charged with making threats to kill or do bodily injury, which is a second-degree felony. He was released from the Pinellas County Jail on $10,000 bail.
No attorney was listed on jail records.