This decision upholds a Workplace Violence Prevention injunction issued against a perennial attendant at LA City Council meetings who threatened a city attorney who advised the Council at those meetings. The defendant made threats against the attorney.  He put swastikas and KKK symbols on public comment cards at the Council meetings, indicated he thought the attorney was Jewish, and repeatedly mentioned the attorney’s home address, saying they would have it out later in the community where the attorney lived.  The injunction did not infringe the defendant’s First Amendment rights as threats are not protected speech even if the speaker does not intend to carry them out.