From what I’ve gathered things were, if not exactly good, then at least no-hard-feelings for Boyd on the part of those that used to be his bosses; they understood it was a stupid overreaction on the part of people that he worked with, they didn’t personally hold it against him, and they were willing to give him good references. Couple weeks of unemployment benefits, grab a new job, all good.
Then the cops showed up on his doorstep.
Details are sketchy at this time, but it appears that making a comic about his experience counts as making terroristic threats. I realize that by this logic, me reporting on the making of a comic that’s seen as a terroristic threat may count as lending support to terrorists. If I wake up in Gitmo, tell my wife that I love her, and I’m sorry I’m not there to help walk the dog.
Edit to add: interview just conducted with Boyd, to run tomorrow.