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I currently work for an attorney and he has been dealing with a great deal of work related issues, however today, I was sitting at my desk with a client and his father when I was given instructions, and then my boss told me that if I smile one more time, paused then stated people were lucky that he did not have a license to carry a consealed weapon. The parent asked him a question as to what he was talking about and why he would need a weapon to which my boss back tracked, but I am now feeling that my life could very well be at risk. If I do not return to work and leave a letter stating this incident what possible ramifications may occur. I am scared.




Under no uncertain terms should one accept threats by ignoring one's behavior as stating he's just having a really bad day. Only you really know if you feel your life is in great danger. Please refer to page 3 of this website and review the messages posted on 06-04-01 to the following individuals: Casper35, Sylvrsprng, Springkid, and Irma. You will find some useful information and resources to help you to better understand your recourse available.

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