According to section 264.1 of the Criminal Code, to utter, transmit or cause to be received by a person a threat constitutes a criminal offense.

The Criminal Code speaks of three types of threats: (1) threats of death or bodily harm to someone; (2) threats to burn, destroy or damage property; and (3) threats of blessing, poisoning or killing an animal or a domestic bird. The words pronounced constituting the threats were declared, the court analyzed the words in tenant. He also wonders if a “reasonable” person is considered as such. He does not need the victim to be sure, even if it has been received the message. It is sufficient that the threats have been transmitted, or they have been charged, either by herself or by a third party.

In defense, your criminalist could invoke certain facts revealed on your guilt. However, you must not execute, your threat is not a defense.