Canada Windsor neighbourhood papered with bizarre death threat against Jackson Browne

16:45  21 april  2017
16:45  21 april  2017 Source:   Windsor Star

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Residents of a Windsor neighbourhood were dismayed Thursday morning to discover their street strewn with bizarre fliers threatening to kill singer-songwriter Jackson Browne . The iconic folk-rock artist — who is set to perform at Caesars Windsor on Thursday night — is specifically pictured

 Windsor neighbourhood papered with bizarre death threat against Jackson Browne  Windsor neighbourhood papered with bizarre death threat against Jackson Browne .

Residents of a Windsor neighbourhood were dismayed Thursday morning to discover their street strewn with bizarre flyers threatening to kill American singer-songwriter Jackson Browne.

The iconic folk-rock artist — who performed at Caesars Windsor on Thursday night — is specifically pictured and targeted in the obscenity-filled notice.

“Shoot a socialist,” the flyer urges over a photo of Browne. “Bam! Right between the eyes!”

The flyer mentions Browne’s concert at Caesars Windsor, refers to him as a “f****t lover,” “race traitor,” and “socialist trash,” and promises to “shut this f****rs mouth” permanently.

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Windsor community member Joe McParland discovered about two dozen of the flyers while returning home from walking his dog.

“At first, I didn’t know what was on these things,” McParland said. “I thought it might have been for a lost dog or a garage sale.”

McParland said some of the flyers were around the intersection of Victoria Avenue and Shepherd Street West, and more were in front yards in the 1500 block of Victoria Avenue.

“This is scary stuff,” said McParland, who happens to be a fan of Jackson Browne.

“Whoever is doing this is a nutcase, obviously. But nutcases are the ones who are scary. They’re the ones who might go off the lunatic edge.”

A flyer found in a Windsor neighbourhood on the morning of April 20, 2017. The flyer threatens U.S. singer-songwriter Jackson Browne, scheduled to perform at Caesars Windsor.

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Windsor police are investigating the notices.

Caesars Windsor spokeswoman Jhoan Baluyot said Caesars Windsor was made aware of the flyers on Wednesday night.

“Of course, the safety of our guests and artists is of great concern to us at all times,” Baluyot said before the concert.

“We take it very seriously. With this knowledge, our security team is working closely with Windsor police.”

Baluyot said Jackson Browne was also made aware of the flyers, and decided to go on with the concert as scheduled.

McParland — who had plans to attend Thursday night’s show — wondered why Jackson Browne would be the target of such violent hatred. “He was just inducted in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.”

McParland noted that Browne’s most recent studio album, released in 2014, has “thought-provoking, socially conscious” lyrics.

“He’s talking about the disparity between rich and poor. He’s talking about some environmental concerns,” McParland said.

“He does have … a more liberal social consciousness about him.”

McParland said it disgusts him to think that the death threat might be politically motivated.

“Whoever did this, you can see — ‘Canadians’ is spelled wrong, ‘exercise’ is spelled wrong. We don’t have ‘second amendment’ gun rights.”

“There are going to be crackpots everywhere. But this, to me, crossed the line.”

dchen@postmedia.com

Jackson Browne performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on April 20, 2017.

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