PORTLAND, Maine (AP) -- Authorities in Maine say no charges are planned against the owner of a store where a sign invited customers to bet on a date when President-elect Barack Obama would be assassinated.
Dion added that the sign was gone when a deputy visited the store in Standish to investigate the report on Nov. 7.
Dion said posting the sign would not necessarily constitute a threat or a terrorizing incident.
Information from: Portland Press Herald, http://www.pressherald.com
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