''We're here today to remind Elton John that he has to die.... If we were Muslims, a fatwa would have been taken out on Elton John, but we're Christians.''
Neal Horsley, an anti-abortionist with extremist religious views who, according to AP, has been arrested for "making terroristic threats" outside of Elton John's Atlanta home. He also posted video of his confrontation with unidentified men who asked him to stop making inflammatory remarks because they were directed at an individual. Horsley and a male companion both speak on the video and hold up a sign that reads, "Elton John Must DIE." Both men claim that they are expressing free speech and that their reason is based in their interpretation of a Biblical verse. (AP)