Sure, Joshua Scott Albert reportedly created Facebook pages supporting two alleged cop-killers and advocating for the murder of law-enforcement officers.
You didn't think he was serious, though, did you?!
In a rambling "official statement" posted on his website four days after the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office filed charges against him, Albert apologized to the family and friends of slain Officer Moses Walker Jr. for offending them. He also vowed to fight the charges on free-speech grounds.
"I intend to to (sic) fight these 'alleged' charges and stand up for the 1st amendment. At heart I am a pacifist and wish no harm on anyone. I would never wish death apon (sic) anyone, and if anyone took anything I did the wrong way - or seriously - I deeply apologize," he wrote in a post Thursday.