Q: Is it legal to post on social media for someone to cause bodily harm to another person?
" Do the world a favor and die already..." Your mother is a drunk whore"..... " Pull their nails out, I'll pay good money...." Use for shark bait, then post a casket with the caption- "Coming Soon" constant degradation, and then I'm just going to say it, "Sharks aren't eating enough people..."is it legal to punch a dead person in the casket?
She has been doing this for almost 2 years, she has numerous unsavory people she associates with asking them to help her cause me bodily harm. Wearing a devil costume sacrificing an animal head to a fire pit.
She is currently on charges of Assault on a family member, unlawful carrying a gun, and a drug charge, Jury trial on 03/30/20. I have lived in hiding for the last couple of years. I am almost 60 and I just can't take anymore
Although I do not communicate with her, she continues this vile behavior. AND, she is the mother of my grandchildren.
A: You should probably block and "unfriend" any person who posts that type of garbage. Depending on the exact details, it could be nothing or It could be the misdemeanor crime of Harassment if it happens once or it could be the felony crime of Stalking if it happens on multiple occasions.
The punishment range for Stalking is 2 to 10 years in the state penitentiary and a fine up to $10,000. A victim of Stalking could also seek a protective order pursuant to Chapter 7A of the Code of Criminal Procedure which, if granted, could require the person who is found to have committed Stalking to not communicate with the applicant in any way ever again. It could go as far as forbidding the Stalker from even using social media and violation of such a protective order can be punished as its own separate crime or as contempt of court.
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