Disposition-Notification-To: Mike Ba
From: Mike Ba
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Subject: Re: Hitman wanted to kill President Bush
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Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2003 05:00:00 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2003 22:00:00 PDT
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It's a shame when a dumb#@&^ leaves his computer logged in....
This has to be a perfect example...
> Theodore A. Kaldis wrote:
>>Theodore A. Kaldis wrote:
>>>Kevin Lindquist wrote:
>>>>I'm looking for a hitman who would like to kill President Bush. If you
>>>>kill President Bush I have a 3 month pass to Disney World and Epcot Center
>>>>for you and the entire family.
>>>>If you would like to contribute to a world free from Bush send your
>>>>Assassinate President Bush Fund
>>>>c/o Kevin Lindquist
>>>>Make all checks and money orders payable to Kevin Lindquist
>>>The Secret Service is going to be interested in talking to you. And they
>>>will not be laughing.
>>And, seeing as this is most probably a forgery, given that it was posted
>>multiple times in your name, they will also be interested in talking to the
>>forger. And they DO have extraordinary means by which to track him down.
>>And, given that it is a federal crime to threaten the life of the President
>>(even if only in jest), they will probably not be very inclined to cut the
>>forger much slack after having expended substantial time, effort, and other
>>resources in tracking him down.
> US federal crimes may not apply to "all" countries of the world.
>>Theodore A. Kaldis