2 comments on “Silly ‘Experiment’ Gets College Student Arrested

  1. There’s no predicting how someone thinks and there’s no way of knowing if someone is serious or not when they make this sort of threat. If this kid is let off Scot free now, it’ll open a Pandora’s box of future terrorist attacks – they could just say they were performing a social experiment and then when the worst happens, it’s already too late. So, I agree with you. I don’t think this is an overreaction at all.

    • The prosecutor may find that there’s not enough evidence to proceed after a thorough investigation. But two critical things have happened: An investigation is on-going and a reasonable bond has been set. I’m not at all offended that this defendant is sitting in jail waiting for resolution of this case.

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