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‘Threat’ Conviction Upheld for MySpace Posts (access required)

A defendant’s MySpace profile posts of his rap song lyrics that made references to his child’s mother during their custody battle and talked repeatedly about murdering the mother by slitting her throat supported defendant’s conviction for communicating a written threat in violation of Va. Code § 18.2-60(A)(1), the Court of Appeals says. Defendant argues that ...

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