A grand jury in St. Louis County didn’t think there was enough evidence to press charges against officer Darren Wilson. The Twitter Lynch Mob, however, feels otherwise.

That last one has 300 favorites so far.

Despite Twitter’s rule that users “may not publish or post direct, specific threats of violence against others,” none of the above tweeters has been suspended. It’s a good thing they didn’t post a photo of a beheading, or they’d be in real trouble.

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Twitter CEO Dick Costolo: We’ve been suspending users who posted beheading images