Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg told the Washington Post that he has been he target of seven assassination attempts in the last year.
After surviving the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Hogg became an outspoken advocate for gun-control.
Because of his, Hogg said he has faced death threats and "swatting" attempts.
Business Insider says "swatting" is when police received prank calls claiming his family had been taken hostage by a gunman.
Hogg, 19, said that killing him would be "the stupidest thing they could do to try to end the movement."