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Threatening to riot is not a crime. So no, they should be arrested. If they subsequently commit a crime, then they should be. >>
Added 3 years ago by Alobar
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People have feelings.
People often promise actions in the heat of emotion that they subsequently do not follow through with. This shouldn't be criminalized.
Added 3 years ago by A_Pickle
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It would be an unconstitutional violation of a person's First Amendment right to free speech to prosecute them for only threatening to riot
Added 3 years ago by percussaresurgo
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