So...I generally don't call for mob justice on Twitter, but Terry Jones needs to die. #bloodonhishands—
John Zaldonis (@JohnZaldonis) September 12, 2012
In the wake of yesterday’s deadly outburst in Libya, some Twitter users are demanding justice.
Mind you, they don’t want any action to be taken against the vicious murderers who ruthlessly killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens and other Americans.
No, these Twitter users are calling for action against Terry Jones, a private U.S. citizen who — horror of horrors! — praised a crappy anti-Muslim movie. The nerve!
They are certain Jones must be guilty of a crime. Or something. So arrest him at once!
Arrest Terry Jones and the filmmaker for treason AND incendiary remarks leading to murder!—
Teresa Blakeslee (@chucksgirl1955) September 12, 2012
If you can't yell "Fire" in a theater, why can't we arrest Terry Jones? He knew someone would get killed. ARREST THE BASTARD FOR MURDER!—
Dufus (@dufus) September 12, 2012
Arrest Terry Jones. PLEASE! He is responsible for the killing of at lest 18 people. I'll file the complaint.—
Whitney (@memfisman) September 12, 2012
Why can't someone arrest Terry Jones for inciting violence?—
Clise Plant (@plentyplant) September 12, 2012
Time to arrest Rev Terry Jones with his stupid anti Muslim film. You cant yell FiRE in a crowded theater!!—
Jeff Lambert (@ThreeNotch) September 12, 2012
Terry Jones, if you had anything to do with this, time for prison. We are still classified "at war" u lose—
Mike Jones (@modrtmike) September 12, 2012
How many more people need to die before Terry Jones is put behind bars?—
Beryl (@RainforestMoon) September 12, 2012
But, really, why bother with a trial? If it’s OK to ignore Jones’ basic constitutional rights, why not carry the lynch-mob mentality to its logical conclusion?
When will someone hurry up and kill Terry Jones? He's got so much American blood on his hands. Hope the Muslims get him and murder him!!!—
Deco (@DecoMc) September 12, 2012