Jan 23, 2012

65 Year Old Arrested For Threatening Social Security Employees

    From CBS Chicago:
A 65-year-old man upset with reductions to his benefits allegedly threatened to kill employees at the Social Security Administration this week.
The Department of Homeland Security took Frank Logan’s reported threats seriously enough to have local police obtain a warrant for Logan’s arrest, Joliet Cmdr. Brian Benton said.Logan has called the office in Wilkes Barre, Pa., when he was unhappy his check was reduced and became irate at the answers he received,” Benton said.  ...

7 comments:

No Saj said...

One less disgruntled retired person out there, threatening the placid boredom of innocent, inept SSA employees everywhere. God Bless America!

Anonymous said...

The article starts with "A 65-year-old man upset with reductions to his benefits allegedly threatened to kill employees..." but immediately an idiot implies that bored, inept SSA employees somehow deserve such threats, or that retirees should be able to make such threats. Give me a break. Killing employees because of a benefit reduction? That should be going to far in anyone's book.

Anonymous said...

ANON 12:01

If you have followed this blog at all, you would know that "No Saj" works at Headquarters (at least that is the claim) and likes to whine about the fellow staff and supervisors. Disgruntled employee who should probably retire.

Anonymous said...

If "No Saj" is dumb enough to have spelled his name backwards, he better find another pseudonym to use 'cause he'll be found out.

Anonymous said...

...especially if he is posting from his work computer (which he'd have to be, at 11:35am). . . .

No Saj said...

Wow. Some humorless, sexless killjoys here. It's people like you, who live lives so utterly boring and uneventful, that an idle threat from a sexagenarian inspires genuine terror.

And oh yes, god forbid someone complain about their workplace. The thought police are watching.

Anonymous said...

@6:18

No reason to use a work computer to post to blogs when everybody has smart phones.