Most intimidating threats
It is a criminal offence for anyone to try to force you to do something or prevent you from doing something by...
Peer Advocate Advice You can’t control other people’s decisions and you’re not responsible for their actions. If you or someone you know hears someone say they’re going to kill themselves, it’s time to get help.The facts alleged, which are not contested by the Government, show that the criminal proceedings conducted against Mr.Paragraph 15: “Notes that the 1988 Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of Maritime Navigation (‘SUA Convention’) provides for parties to create criminal offences, establish jurisdiction, and accept delivery of persons responsible for or suspected of seizing or exercising control over a ship by force or threat thereof or any other form of intimidation; urges States parties to the SUA Convention to fully implement their obligations under said Convention and cooperate with the Secretary-General and the International Maritime Organization to build judicial capacity for the successful prosecution of persons suspected of piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of Somalia;”. And all my stuff had better be right back where it was. That's impossible for one--[Vincent squeezes tighter to RJ's head] Ow! (James was looking at his travel book, when suddenly, Spiker and Sponge appear in on him.) Aunt Sponge: You lazy bug! (James: I finished the wood.) (Spiker snatches his travel book from him.) Aunt Spiker: A travel book? Aunt Sponge: This is the only home you'll ever have.
And don't even think of running away, cuz' if you do, I will hunt you down and kill you. Aunt Sponge: Having his head in the clouds instead of looking where he was going. Aunt Sponge (destroys his travel book): Now get these stupid dreams out of your head! And even if you have a disagreement, it shouldn’t become a screaming match.Contact a peer advocate at or a tell someone close to you, especially an adult.Article 211 (on public intimidation) imposes a penalty of two to six years’ imprisonment on anyone who, in order to frighten the public or incite disturbances or disorder, makes signs, raises alarms, threatens to commit an act that will endanger the public or uses other material means suited to producing such effects.