Skip to comments.Ohio Student Arrested For Alleged Romney Threat
Posted on 10/31/2012 4:07:30 PM PDT by ButThreeLeftsDo
An Ohio community college student has been arrested and charged after police said he threatened to shoot GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
A teacher at Lorain County Community College said that during the time students were doing group work in class Monday she overheard Shaquille Brown say he wanted to shoot Romney.
The 19-year-old Brown of Elyria was charged Wednesday in Elyria Municipal Court in northeast Ohio with one count of inducing panic.
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Shaquille Brown..............white guy? amish?
Shaq wanted to kill Romney...geez when basketball players go bad
This is what happens when college kids get too much freebies..they want to continue getting their free Obama money and Obama phones
Anyone noticed how many of these threats on Twitter et al are coming from blacks?
The “I done effed up” look.
If Obama had a son..
Thanks ButThreeLeftsDo. Damned Republican voter suppression! I don’t blame him for being upset that his deceased purported ancestors aren’t going to be able to vote.
If he’d gone to Harvard they would have given him extra credit for it.
He looks old to be in college.
“What a fine young man,” said all of his neighbors and classmates....
Nah . . . Another one of Obama’s sons.
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Community college. There are many older adults going back to college to retrain/get degrees for new careers.
That’s what Ii thought. I took one look at his picture and 19 years old my A**
DThis is the point where the hoodie gets pulled up over the face.
No, that is the “Non repentant Islamic ***hole” look
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