"...Although there was no firm plot, an extremist jihad website had called in January for Gordon Brown's death.
The internet hosts many websites from groups and individuals claiming allegiance to al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden.
It routinely issues warnings and threats to political leaders in the UK and the US over the West's involvement in the Middle East.
The three suspects, aged 21, 22 and 23, and from Blackburn, Lancashire, were all arrested on August 14 under the Terrorism Act 2006..." (source)
(For reasons unknown, FNC has joined the ranks of MSM outlets that decide NOT to report when suspects are Muslim...)
A Denver reporter got this exclusive and articulate interview:
"So your friends were saying threatening things about Obama?" Maass asked.
"Yeah," Nathan Johnson replied.
"It sounded like they didn't want him to be president?"
"Yeah," Johnson said.
"He don't belong in political office. Blacks don't belong in political office. He ought to be shot," Johnson told Maass.
"Do you think they were really plotting to kill Obama?" Maass asked.
"I don't want to say yes. I don't want to say no," he said. (source)