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I was wondering if anyone can tell me if this is criminal.... My spouse is a manager of a health care support service(not nursing but other on site health care support) at a major hospital in Michigan. One of her employee's (this employee has had multiple conduct issues) made a comment to another employee "I am surprised someone has not brought a gun in here and started shooting up the place". I realize the "hear say" aspect of this, however I am wondering if this comment has crossed the line to criminal conduct. Does anyone know of a specific law regarding this?
In America it is still legal to say what you think. Thus, his question is legal. It may, however, signal a need for intervention and possible counselling.
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