BBC News - 'Fresh proposals' planned over cyber-monitoring

Roland Perry lists at
Tue May 28 14:37:01 BST 2013

In article 
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Francis Davey <fjmd1a at> writes
>Threatening to kill anybody is a crime, though I imagine it would have
>Contrary to section 16 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861
>to be a credible threat before a court woudl take notice, and not just
> "I wish you were dead" mutterings. It woudl be moew than just
>Yes. You have to intend that the victim fears the threat will be 
>carried out.

How does that work when the victim is your child that you haven't told 
you wish to kill (the only person who knows being the estranged wife).
Roland Perry

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