Most intimidating threats
When this occurs, everyone asks themselves, "How could this happen? " Most threats made by children or adolescents are not carried out.
The most intimidating threats to a service provider’s bandwidth availability are the Distributed Denial of Service (DDo S) attacks.
Sometimes these threats are a reaction to a perceived hurt, rejection, or attack.
Child and adolescent psychiatrists and other mental health professionals agree that it is very difficult to predict a child's future behavior with complete accuracy.
Alex Kim, a Texas Republican elector, reported that he and other electors had “receiv[ed] thousands of emails a day” urging them to vote for Clinton, including threats of harm and death. §10307) makes it a crime for anyone to “intimidate, threaten, or coerce, or attempt to intimidate, threaten, or coerce any person for voting or attempting to vote.” While this has been applied in the past to ordinary, everyday voters in federal elections, the language does not limit it only to such voters. Seriously, if Hillary Clinton had won and Donald Trump supporters were threatening Clinton electors with bodily injury, does anyone doubt that the Justice Department would have acted immediately to enforce Section 11b? Justice Department, which is charged with protecting all voters, should act to quash this outrage immediately.
Arizona’s electors have reported harassment as well. Electors who are casting their votes for president and vice president are also protected by Section 11b since the Electoral College is an essential part of the federal voting process. §7) requires electors to cast their votes on the first Monday after the second Wednesday of December, which this year is Dec. These are recorded as “certificates of vote,” signed, sealed, and delivered by December 28 to the president of the Senate and the archivist of the United States (3 U. Making threats and attempting to intimidate electors is as anti-democratic as it gets. Failure to do so will just be further evidence that this Justice Department does not believe in equal protection under the law.
The dispute was especially heated given the characters involved - eldest child Lee Hsien Loong is the Singapore Prime Minister and sister Lee Wei Ling and brother Lee Hsien Yang are successful in their own right.