OK, I wonder.
The logic is that someone (an "older couple") could happen on twitter the day before they fly, see the suggestion that someone will blow up an airport.
Apparently this theoretical case is enough to get someone convicted and lose an appeal. It is a criminal offence.
So I think I need to make a script to grab the re-tweets of this. After all they meet the criterial for criminal charge, clearly.
Then, putting details of each, I make a letter on a sheet of A4 to local police.
And put 1,000 of them, or maybe 10,000 of them, on the door step. All asking for a reply confirming action will be taken or an explanation of why not action will be taken.
If the original tweet is a criminal offence so I am only doing the right thing by telling local plod of other cases, after all. Being a responsible citizen and all that.
And as it is like a couple of reams of paper and ink, why the fuck not?
Actually - are the rules not that if you see a crime happening right now, i.e. in progress, you should call 999? So everyone go to go to twitter and search for the bomb threat (i think #iamsparticus) and if you see one call 999 - "crime happening now - someone is sending a menacing message via communications system".