Observer writer and disgraced former US Naval War College Professor John Schindler posted a series of threatening tweets encouraging violence on GotNews Editor-in-Chief Charles C. Johnson last night.
Schindler, whom the US Naval War College suspended and placed under investigation in 2014 for sending sexually explicit photos and messages, told his Twitter followers that he counts Johnson as a traitor in between tweets advocating “summary justice” and “shooting traitors.”:
Schindler resigned on August 29th, 2014 in the wake of his massive sexting scandal, an episode that rocked the esteemed military college in Rhode Island and deeply embarrassed its administration.
Schindler’s tweets directed at Johnson last night appear to flagrantly violate the Twitter rules, which proscribe users from advocating violence. Under any objective reading, Schindler’s calls for “summary justice” in the form of “shooting traitors” falls into this category of prohibited behavior on Twitter.
The Observer did not immediately respond for comment for this story regarding whether Schindler’s wishes for violence constitute permitted social media conduct for its employees.
Stay tuned for more.
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