State v. Shook
1944.NC.40011 ; 32 S.E.2d 329; 224 N.C. 728
Supreme Court of North Carolina
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1. The first challenge which the appeal makes to the validity of the trial is the admission, over objection, to threats made by defendant against officers of the law, as a class, in September preceding the trial in the following August. This threat is, in a peculiar way, anticipatory of what happened the following June: ". . . they would send the G d law up there if they wanted to, but he would kill them if they did come."