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    Question: What would the punishment be if someone assassinated the president?

    Answer: They would be prosecuted to the full extent of the law in the United States.


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    1 thru 5 of 5 comments    [ 1 ]   
    On 07/02/02
    Tim from MA said:
    The person who asked the question probibly is'nt looking to ring harm to the president, but may be lookng if the law is sever enough
    On 05/27/02
    youngnrestless from NY said:
    The penalty for killing the president would likely be the same as the sentence handed down to a mass murderer or one guilty of 'war crimes'. But come on people, even if you dont like the president, you shouldnt be thinking about killing him. Instead, take a proactive approach; become involved in your governments politics. I've just recently registered to vote, and you can rest assured that I will have my say in next terms elections. If you dont like the president, it is more likely that you dislike him for his policies than having a personal grudge against him (as most citizens dont actual
    On 01/30/02
    Demono from AZ said:
    Keep an eye on this guy? Just because someone wants to know about the consequences of a serious crime, doesn't mean they plan on commiting it. It's better to ask what if in some cases than do it and find out. Like finding out that fire burns as opposed to asking what fire does...
    On 09/28/01
    Crystal from TX said:
    Someone needs t okeep their eye on this guy. Sounds fishy to me! And I happen to like our President very much, so you can see how someone asking this question can stir some thoughts, and concerns.
    On 09/21/01
    JPO from AZ said:
    This answer is pretty vague. The questioner may want to know possiblities such as: death penalty, life in prison, etc.
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