Is anyone following this and think that it is both crazy and scary?
The guy is being charged because he had an online discussion via Twitter. The accuser claims she felt threatened by the conversation. The investigating officer testified that the guy never did or said anything of threatening nature but that's not what's on trial. If I'm understanding this correctly, what's on trial is the accuser's feelings.
Online discussions that do not include clear threats should not be considered threatening. I mean if they win then pretty much anyone you disagree with online could conceivably take you to court crying foul; you threatened them based on their interpretation of the events.
Sent from my Note 3 using Tapatalk