In the wake of the FBI's raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, supporters of the former president took to his Truth Social platform to express their outrage, some even making threats and vowing that "war" was around the corner. But as Business Insider points out, just because someone makes a threat behind the anonymity of a screenname, that doesn't mean they won't be prosecuted. Truth Social will turn over user information in compliance with law enforcement, according to the site's fine print. The platform's "guidelines for law enforcement" says that it complies with court orders to reveal user information, restrict access to accounts, or preserve posts. "If we receive information that provides us with a good faith belief that there is an exigent emergency involving a danger of death or serious physical injury to a person, we may provide any available information necessary to prevent that harm," the site states. I ..