KSAT-12 has the story of Franchesca O'Neal:
Franchesca O'Neal has filed a lawsuit against speech instructor Charles Falcon for ridiculing her in class and giving her a B when she felt she deserved an A, but the [Alamo Community College District] used statements in O'Neal's legal filing to seek the restraining order.
In the legal filing, O'Neal states she was previously in the military and "can handle a sidearm and a semi-automatic assault rifle," and that "any person of sound mind is not immune to a psychotic break and subsequent killing spree." O'Neal is seeking $300,000 in damages, but the lawsuit states, "in exchange for every penny I have asked for, I would shoot him dead and walk away penniless," and she would, "blow the back of his head out."
O'Neal told KSAT 12 News the legal claim was not a violent threat, but a "spirited discussion in the courts." She said she brought the lawsuit after Falcon allegedly made disparaging comments about her in class and said her reputation and goal of becoming a United States Supreme Court justice is now in jeopardy.
Hmm. I don't know, a B grade might not have ruined her chances of being appointed to the Supreme Court; that seems to be pretty much up to the wishes and desires of the president and Congress, and I'm sure a qualified candidate would not be automatically excluded based on a less than perfect grade.
Now, a death threat, on the other hand, might get you taken off the short list.