The man who allegedly avenged his DUI arrest in Brisbane last summer by calling the arresting officer 152 times — leaving 54 messages over three weeks — failed to show up to court Tuesday for the start of his jury trial.
However, Khalil Jaser, 48, of Burlingame appears to continue his activity on Twitter. Using an account under his name, tweets have threatened the Brisbane police officer; dozens of bizarre anti-Semitic rants have also been posted. Read More
On Sept. 11, 2001, America had no strategy for homeland security. That changed quickly after the attacks. The Bush White House issued the first homeland security strategy in July 2002. In putting together that strategy, the toughest choices were deciding first, what was essential to include, and second, who should be responsible for each element. These strategic choices were crucial, not just for security reasons, but because they determine who pays for what. Read More
"We will hunt you down. We will slit your throats. We will drink your blood. I will have your decapitated head on a pike in the Madison town square. This is your last warning.”That e-mail reached Wisconsin state Sen. Dan Kapanke, a La Crosse Republican, on March 9, after he voted for GOP Gov. Scott Walker’s controversial budget and labor reforms.Other top Wisconsin Republicans have been threatened with death. Read More
A man accused of making threatening phone calls to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-San Francisco, pleaded not guilty during a brief federal court appearance Monday morning.
Gregory Giusti, 48, is charged with one felony count of violating a federal law that makes it a crime to make obscene, harassing or threatening interstate phone calls. Read More