January 12th, 2011|
January 11, 2011
Social Security benefits judges often receive threats, but those threats may be taken more seriously since the assassination attempt of Arizona Representative Gabrielle Giffords, The Washington Post reports.
A woman in Louisiana threatened a Social Security judge when he denied her benefits. She was arrested before she was able to carry out her threat.
How do you think political figures should protect themselves from threats? Do you think there could be more threats against Social Security benefits judges in the future?
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