Is this a genuine threat?
Violence is upon us and the violent language of the Elite is increasingly hostile. The capital baseball game shooting is the greater context for the violence. The language of Hollywood Elites, as well as politicians such as Maxine Waters, Cory Booker, Eric Holder and Hillary Clinton stands in stark contrast to Michelle Obama.
The former First Lady said we should not be creating an atmosphere where are children live in fear of their neighbors.
We look to first identify the threat and then to note the linguistic quality (commitment) by the author.
Is the author singular or plural?
Is the author male or female?
What does the author use to mask his or her identity?
Who is more concerned with the "screams of horror" of rape: a male or female author?
Did you notice the distancing language from the threat to kill with "my comrades"?
Is the terms "Republican, Socialism, Comrade" etc, a form of masking? If it is so, the author may be a Republican and not a socialist.
What is the author's message to the "Unintended Recipient"?
Who wrote this?
Police should begin asking the recipient if she would take a polygraph.
From there, they can work her circle of supporters.
Genuine threats use straight unqualified language. She called it her "first official" threatening letter. She expects a second? What makes this one "official"?
I believe her when she said the following:
"I knew on some level I’ve made contact with this person. They’re somewhere in the vicinity, geographically speaking. And that’s unsettling."
When she says "my first official death threat" not only does she indicate an anticipation of a second, but the powerful pronoun acceptance ("my") of rape and murder shows ownership.
This is not expected.
Fake Hate for political exploitation?
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