Wilson's father, Jim Moose, said security services had over-reacted. "I don't condone what she did, but it seems a little over the top to me," he said
I still can't get over the comment of the father.She is a minor and he is her parent and he should have used his parental authority.
My 13 year old never uses the computer without parental supervision and if she posts something that I find offensive (even if it is just a tiny bit offensive) I have her remove it and we have a conversation about it.
Having said that she would never even think about posting something remotely threatening about the President of the United States no matter how much she disagrees with him.
My daughter likes politics and would discuss her issues with peers rather then throwing out threats to her President.
She sounds like a true American and a great kid!
If your child downloaded music you'd be held responsible and have to pay huge fines to the music industry. Too bad parents can't be held responsible when their kids threaten others online, I bet more parents wold do as you do then.
Even if Ms. Hillary is 'lected President, those people will stay on the "threat list".
After a series of assassination attempts stretching back over a century and a half the Secret Service (and the politicians) are totally humorless about these threats.
Squeaky Fromm springs to mind in this case ~