When does a Facebook rant or a slogan at a rally turn into a crime?
A false bomb threat shut down many schools across PEI and Nova Scotia.
Various media reported that 23-year-old Aaron Driver was killed inside a home in Strathroy, Ontario. Driver made headlines after he was arrested last summer and subsequently released on a peace bond over fears he would engage in terrorism.
The threat comes the same day that Anonymous released what the hacktivist group claims is Donald Trump's Social Security number.
In this extra scene, VICE News travels to Karachi, Pakistan, to meet a prominent human rights activist and lawyer who explains how legal loopholes help perpetrators of honor-related crimes escape justice.
"Something big is going down," warned the anonymous hoaxer in the message that led the Los Angeles Unified School District to cancel classes on Tuesday.
The district is the second largest in the country, with over 655,000 students and 31,000 teachers. Later on Tuesday, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD Chief Bill Bratton said that they believed a similar threat they had received was a hoax.
The 21-year-old suspect allegedly made clear that he wanted to exact revenge for the killing of Laquan McDonald by a Chicago officer. Video footage of McDonald's controversial shooting was released last week.
An anonymous online threat warned that an act of violence would take place at the main quadrangle in the center of campus at around 10am on Monday, prompting the FBI to warn college officials.